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Travis Tritt

Country Club

(# 3 top country album)
(# 70 top pop album)

Warner Bros 26094
Apr / 1990

Produced by Gregg Brown

Cover image of Country Club

Reggie Young, Gregg Galbraith, Wendell Cox, Jack Holder, Kent Wells, Larry Byrom, Billy Joe Walker - guitar
Paul Franklin, Terry Crisp - steel/dobro
Edgar Meyer, Mike Brignardello - bass
Steve Turner, Sam Bacco - drums/percussion
Mark O'Connor - fiddle
Chris Austin - banjo
Bobby Ogdin, Michael Rojas - piano/keyboards
Jimmy Ruggiere - harmonica
Vocals:
Dana McVicker, Dennis Locorriere, Curtis Young, Dennis Wilson, Terri Williams
Recorded:
1989, Omnisound Recording Studio, Nashville

1.

(# 9 country hit)

Country Club

Catesby Jones - Dennis Lord

© Lac De Charles Music, BMI

I took a double take out on the interstate when I saw her makin' eyes at me
So I followed her down the clubhouse drive past the pool on the 18th green
In the parkin' lot I said it's mighty hot maybe I could buy you a beer
She said I'm glad you asked but I'll have to pass
Cause only members are allowed in here

And I said well I'm a member of a country club country music is what I love
I drive an old Ford pickup truck I do my drinkin' from a dixie cup
Yeah I'm a bona-fide dancin' fool I shoot a mighty mean game of pool
At any honky tonk roadside pub I'm a member of a country club
[ fiddle ]
Lord you look so invitin' thought it might be excitin' for a woman with a limousine
To go bouncin' around in a beat up truck with a man in wore out jeans
It's five o'clock before Friday night here's where the fun begins
So don't worry bout your reputation cause you can tell all your friends

Well I'm a member of a country club country music is what I love...
Yeah I'm a member of a country club country music is what I love...
At any honky tonk roadside pub I'm a member of a country club

**********

2.

(# 2 country hit)

I'm Gonna Be Somebody

Stewart Harris - Jill Colucci

© Peer Music, BMI

Bobby played his guitar on the harder side of town
Where it's hard for a poor boy to find the money
He had dedication he had the heart and soul
Somehow knew he was born to play

People said get a real job support your family
Cause there's no future in the road you're taking
He never said a word the dreamer just kept on
Late at night you could hear him sing

He said I'm gonna be somebody
One of these days I'm gonna break these chains
I'm gonna be somebody someday
You can bet your hard earned dollar I will

The road was a struggle it took him ten years to the top
But now he's number one on the stage and the radio
Still he can't believe how people come from miles around
When it seemed like only yesterday when he would say

I'm gonna be somebody...
Yea yeah yeah
[ guitar ]
Bobby played his hometown one full moon August night
When he heard a voice in the front row singing
It was a sadly haired rebel boy with the same old hungry eyes
He looked up at Bobby and said

I'm gonna be somebody...
You know I will yeah

I'm gonna be somebody...
Oh yeah you can bet your hard earned dollar I will

**********

3.

(# 28 country hit)

Put Some Drive In Your Country

Travis Tritt

© Tree Publ, BMI

Well I was raised on country classics like Roy Acuff and George Jones
Lord I love to hear 'em singin' all them old time country songs
But I really got excited bout the time I turned fifteen
That's the first time I heard Waylon and ol' Becephus sing
They put some drive in their country that really turned me on

Yeah put some drive in your country keep country drivin' on
When the music gets you movin' you know that can't be wrong
Every time I hear that outlaw stuff on my car radio
It makes me want to drive it just as fast as it will go
Put some drive in your country let's keep country drivin' on

We played some shows in Atlanta on Sunday afternoons
The gigs were packed and I was nervous cause I wanted folks to like my tunes
The crowds were full of younger people they were all about my age
So I turned and told the band just before we walked on stage
Put some drive in your country fellas we turned those people on

Yeah put some drive in your country keep country drivin' on
When the music gets you dancin' you know that can't be wrong
See I made myself a promise when I was just a kid
I'd mix southern rock and country that's just what I did
Yeah put some drive in the country keep country drivin' on
[ guitar - harmonica ]
Yeah put some drive in your country yeah let's keep country drivin' on
When the music gets you movin' you know that can't be wrong
Oh I still love old country I ain't tryin' to put it down
But damn I miss Duane Allman I wish he was still around
To put some drive in the country keep country drivin' on
Put some drive in the country yeah let's keep country drivin' on yeah

**********

4.

(# 1 country hit)

Help Me Hold On

Travis Tritt - Pat Terry

© Tree Publ, BMI

Baby close that suitcase you been packin'
Just sit down and talk to me a while
I know you tried to tell me what was lackin'
But I guess I must have missed it by a mile

Well this time girl I swear to you I'll listen
Help me understand where I went wrong
It's hard to find myself in this position
Scared that I'd go crazy once you're gone

Help me hold on to what we had
Once our love was strong it can be again
You said it takes two to make love last
You were right all along so help me hold on

What have I got to do to make it better
What have I got to do to make you see
That even though I promised you forever
I never knew how hard that would be

I realize I took your love for granted
But I've learned that love worth having don't come free
And I'll pay any price it takes to keep you
Satisfied and staying here with me

Help me hold on to what we had...
[ guitar ]
Help me hold on to what we had...
You were right all along so help me hold on

**********

5.

Sign Of The Times

Travis Tritt

© Tree Publ, BMI

My daddy told me stories about how this country was when he was just a kid
How people took the time to care and took a lot of pride in the things they did
And I can't help but wonder what happened to that spirit down through the years
It is something we've forgotten or something that we just don't wanna hear

It's a sign of the times we're in when we can't find the time to help a friend
Or show a little more compassion to the problems in each other's lives
We're more concerned with making money than staying home loving our family
And I wish I could change the things I see in the signs of the times

If you need to borrow money now they want to know how many assets you can claim
It's not like it was back years ago when grandpa borrowed money simply on his name
And it sure does seem a pity but a man's word don't count for much here anymore
And I wish I could turn the clock back to the way my daddy said it was before

It's a sign of the times we're in when we can't find the time to help a friend...
It's a sign of the times we're in when we can't find the time to help a friend...
I wish I could change the things I see in the signs of the times

**********

6.

Son Of The New South

Travis Tritt - Larry Alderman

© Tree Publ, BMI

Raised a child of farmer folks down in the Southern land
I worked all day in the summer sun till my back was leather tan
Now I've been called hillbilly I've been called a redneck too
But I ain't backwards dumb or poor I'm just red white and blue

Son of the New South stepchild to Uncle Sam
Baptized in one hundred proof and saved by the blood of the lamb
This is the New South still drink our tea from a Mason jar
We're the backbone of this country and we're proud of who we are

From Richmond to Montgomery from San Antone to Caroline
There's a brand new spirit sweepin' in like wind through Georgia pines
I hold on to some old ways I ain't scared to try the new
But what it comes to what I change I'll be the one to choose

Son of the New South stepchild to Uncle Sam...
[ guitar ]
Well the times are a changin' and the South has come of age
We've put the past behind us it's time to turn the page

Son of the New South stepchild to Uncle Sam...
Son of the New South stepchild to Uncle Sam...

**********

7.

If I Were A Drinker

Zack Turner - Tim Nichols

© Coburn Music, BMI

You only wanted what money could buy
Any trinket that sparkled would catch your green eyes
I should have known better but I loved you too much
When you spent all my savings love was not enough

If I were a drinker I'd be drunk tonight
And if I were a gambler Lord I'd bet my last dime
You're out with another you won't be home
But if I were a rich man you wouldn't be gone
[ guitar ]
We used to go dancin' on Saturday night
You shined like a diamond underneath those blue lights
You were a fool's gold oh but I would soon learn
I'd never make you happy on the money I earn

And if I were a drinker I'd be drunk tonight...
Yes if I were a rich man you wouldn't be gone

**********

8.

Road Home

Stewart Harris - Jim McBride

© Blackwood Music, BMI

Full moon risin' over Atlanta and I'm fourteen stories high
Looking down on a street full of people just like bees in a hive
Lord sometimes I feel just like a number like somebody lost my name
I just couldn't wait to get here to the city now I can't remember why I came

And the road home keeps on gettin' longer
Old friends and yesterdays are further away
And that old home grown feelin's gettin' stronger
Sayin' I'm gonna be a goner if I don't go back someday

Cattails growing down by the river so crystal clear in my mind
And there's a song that I still remember sung by the wind in the pines
Lord the people ain't never in a hurry ain't never bothered by time
Just take their troubles and all of their worries and hang 'em on the end of a fishin' line

And the road home keeps on gettin' longer...
[ guitar - harmonica ]
And the road home keeps on gettin' longer...
And the road home keeps on gettin' longer...
Sayin' I'm gonna be a goner if I don't go back someday

**********

9.

(# 3 country hit)

Drift Off To Dream

Stewart Harris - Travis Tritt

© Tree Publ, BMI

As I sit here surrounded by people and lights alone with my drink at the bar
You've been here forever so clear in my mind I just don't know where you are
But I know I'll find you but girl till I do this is my love song for you

Let's hold hands on the porch swing under the moon
While the wind through the willows plays us a tune
We can lie on a blanket out back in the yard
And wish for our future on a far away star
You'll feel the passion as time after time
I press your sweet lips to mine
We can dance to the radio right up till dawn
Till you drift off to dream in my arms

You might be hundreds or more miles away or you might be just down the street
But there'll be a hunger deep in your eyes that I'll recognize when we meet
It might take hours or it might take years but this is the song you will hear

Let's hold hands on the porch swing under the moon...
[ dobro ]
You'll feel the passion as time after time
I press your sweet lips to mine
We can dance to the radio right up till dawn
Till you drift off to dream in my arms

**********

10.

Dixie Flyer

Susan Longacre - Jim Photoglo - Russell Smith

© Berger Bits Music, ASCAP

Well the first thing I remember is the smell of burnin' cinders
And the sound of that old whistle on the wind
I always wondered where the train was goin'
But I never cared at all where it had been
Yeah the first chance I got I was gone like a shot
Following that old dream of mine
My only desire was to catch that flyer
And ride it to the end of the line

Yeah my life is like a Dixie Flyer
She don't ever look back
So pour on the coal let the good times roll
Till the train runs out of track
[ fiddle - piano ]
Full speed ahead no I ain't stoppin' yet
I feel that drivin' wheel down in my soul
I been some places where the train don't stop
Some places where the train don't even go
Yeah some are satisfied just to sit on the side
And watch as the trains roll by
That ain't me there's too much to see
Gonna roll until the day that I die

Yeah my life is like a Dixie Flyer...

Till the train runs out of track
Yeah till the train runs out of track

**********



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