kevin clifton

kevin clifton

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New country tune explaining everyday life

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Lousiana Boys

Written By: kevin clifton

LOUISIANA BOYS
Words and Music by Kevin Clifton Jr
kevincliftonjr@yahoo.com

Verse
There’s something about the south land
That captures the heart and soul
It never seems to leave you
No matter where you go
Country life runs through our blood
No matter where our head lays
You can be on a airplane
Or singing on a country stage

CHORUS:
We’re all just Louisiana boys
With our four wheel toys
Riding the creek
Fishing down deep
And sticking to our stories
We love our faded blue jeans
And a hunting magazine
Draggin a deer and drinking rootbeer
And having Faith Hill dreams
But that’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy

Verse
Summer nights down by the river
Waiting on the fish to bite
Hearing grandpa play his guitar
Learning so much about life
Country life runs through your blood
No matter where your head lays
You can be on a airplane
Or singing on a country stage

CHORUS:
We’re all just Louisiana boys
With our four wheel toys
Riding the creek, fishing down deep
And sticking to our stories
We love our faded ole jeans
And a hunting magazine
Draggin a deer, drinking rootbeer
And having Faith Hill dreams
But that’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy

BRIDGE:
I know that someday
as we look back on the past
we’ll keep our memories
of all the fun we had
Its about love, its about trust
Its about you, its about me, its about us

Chorus
Were all just Louisiana boys
With our four wheel toys
Riding the creek
And fishing down deep
And sticking to our stories
We spent our summers on a rope
Swinging out and letting go
Doin a flip
Taking a dip
In the Ouachita river
But that’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy
That’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy
Being a Louisiana boy
Being a Louisiana boy

Broke

Written By: kevin clifton

“Broke”
Written by Kevin Clifton
Email: kevincliftonjr@yahoo.com
Phone: 228-860-6775

V1.
Have you ever been broke at any time
Been somewhere and gave ‘em your last dime
Can’t even pay your bills on time
That’s when you know that your broke

V2.
Have you ever been in a store somewhere
Started digging for money but it just wasn’t there
People in line begin to stare cause they know that your broke

CHORUS:
I’ve been broke down to my last penny
Trucks out of gas and fridge is on empty
Banks overdrawn and my Dog’s looking skinny
That’s when you know that your living on broke

V3.
Have you ever been broke before
Went to mommas but she slammed the door
Said she’s given you money before
That’s when you know that your broke
V4.
Have you ever been digging between the seats
Trying to find some change just to eat
Finding fries that’s been there for weeks
That’s when you know that your broke

CHORUS:

Bridge:
Fine suits and a penthouse suite
Some things in a rich mans dream
The rest of us are dreaming of what to eat

CHORUS: x2
Livin on Broke
Livin on Broke
Livin on Broke

America's Heroes

Written By: Kevin Clifton

This is for the Soldiers
who trampled through the fields of Vietnam
This is for the warriors
who fought along the beaches of France
Chorus...
Thery're still America's Heroes
They're still the sight of freedom
They're still someone to lean on
This is for the Airmen
who fly across the skies of Kosavo
This is for the Sailors
Who ride the seas along the Persian Gulf
Chorus...
Bridge..
Through blood and sweat and tears
they drove away their fears
gave everything they had
Fighting for the right
Never losing sight
For freedom they would die
Still America's Heroes

Never Lose the Fight

Written By: Kevin Clifton Jr

Never Lose the Fight

Verse
I saw him walking down the stands
Headed out on the field
It was my ole man
I wasn’t sure ‘bout what he’d say
We had just lost the game
To the other team

Then he took me by the arms
And gave me a big daddy hug
He looked at me and he said these words

Chorus
Don’t drop your head boy keep it up high
You given all and played the game of your life
Sometimes we lose life’s battles but keep this in mind
Even when we lose the game never lose the fight

Verse
A few years later on in a hospital bed
The doctors had told me bout him
There was not much time left
So I knelt beside his bed
And reminded him of the words he’d said
With a tear rolling down my cheek I said

Chorus
Don’t drop your head dad keep it up high
You’ve given all and played the game of your life
Sometimes we lose life’s battles but keep this in mind
Even when you lose the game never lose the fight

Bridge
If there’s one thing I like to pass down to my kids
It be the words that my dad once said

Chorus
Don’t drop your head son keep it high
You’ve given all and played the game of your life
Sometimes we lose life’s battles but keep this in mind
Even when you lose the game
Even when you lose the game
Even when you lose the game
Never lose the fight
Even when you lose the game never lose the fight

Louisana boys

Written By: kevin clifton jr

LOUISIANA BOYS
Words and Music by Kevin Clifton Jr
kevincliftonjr@yahoo.com

Verse
There’s something about the south land
That captures the heart and soul
It never seems to leave you
No matter where you go
Country life runs through our blood
No matter where our head lays
You can be on a airplane
Or singing on a country stage

CHORUS:
We’re all just Louisiana boys
With our four wheel toys
Riding the creek
Fishing down deep
And sticking to our stories
We love our faded blue jeans
And a hunting magazine
Draggin a deer and drinking rootbeer
And having Faith Hill dreams
But that’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy

Verse
Summer nights down by the river
Waiting on the fish to bite
Hearing grandpa play his guitar
Learning so much about life
Country life runs through your blood
No matter where your head lays
You can be on a airplane
Or singing on a country stage

CHORUS:
We’re all just Louisiana boys
With our four wheel toys
Riding the creek, fishing down deep
And sticking to our stories
We love our faded ole jeans
And a hunting magazine
Draggin a deer, drinking rootbeer
And having Faith Hill dreams
But that’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy

BRIDGE:
I know that someday
as we look back on the past
we’ll keep our memories
of all the fun we had
Its about love, its about trust
Its about you, its about me, its about us

Chorus
Were all just Louisiana boys
With our four wheel toys
Riding the creek
And fishing down deep
And sticking to our stories
We spent our summers on a rope
Swinging out and letting go
Doin a flip
Taking a dip
In the Ouachita river
But that’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy
That’s just half of the story
Being a Louisiana boy
Being a Louisiana boy
Being a Louisiana boy