"What Say You" by Travis Tritt (with John Mellencamp) I believe that there's a right And I believe there's a wrong And north and south Black and white Can somehow get along What say you What say you I believe that there's a basic good in the heart of every man And I'm not going to criticize what I can't understand. What say you What say you I'm not afraid to say what's on my mind To take a stand, to draw the line To speak my heart and bare my soul I don't like lies I'd rather know the truth Hey, what say you What say you But I'm not ashamed of where I come from With this blue collar on my shoulder And I don't love full handouts Cause I'm not afraid of work What say you Yeah, what say you Man, I don't talk no religion And I ain't gonna wave that flag But I love God and a miracle And I fight for what I have What say you Yeah, what say you I know I'm not always right I don't think I'm better than you I don't have all the answers But I share my point of view What say you I'm not afraid to say what's on my mind To take a stand, to draw the line To speak my heart and bare my soul I don't like lies I'd rather know the truth So what say you What say you What say you and you and you and you ... What say youYeah, that's hits it just right. (Ok, so we talk a little religion around here...)
Saturday, November 13, 2004
What say You?
I liked this song by Travis Tritt the first time I heard it (not too long ago), and it's not a bad choice for the theme at NWW. This blog is powered by country music and caffeine, in addition to Blogger and Haloscan, and that first group doesn't get the credit it deserves.