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Little bit of life Zack Smith A little bit of guitar; a little bit of truck.
A little bit of hound-dog an' a little bit of luck.
A little bit of bacon, a little bit of beans;
A little bit of you lovin' up on me.
A little bit of how it's s'posed to be:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of back-seat, a little bit of moon.
A little bit of radio goin' boom, boom, boom.
A little bit of sugar, a little bit of spice,
A little bit of nasty, a little bit of nice.
A little bit of how it's s'posed to be:
A little bit of life.

I breath in, I breath out.
Yeah. sleepin' all night with the windows down.
Up in the mornin', stirrin' around.
Drink a pot of coffee an' I head off to town.
Work, work, work, all day long,
Crank it up, back it up, bring it on home,
Supper on the table an' I eat me a bite,
Then we snuggle on the porch by the pale moonlight,
A little bit of me an' you doin' all right:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of tractor, a little bit of farm.
A little bit of cornfield, an' a little bit of barn.
A little bit of c'mon, a little bit of play.
A little bit of "yee-haw" in the hay.
A Dixie cup of home-made wine:
A little bit of life.

I breath in, I breath out.
Yeah. sleepin' all night with the windows down.
Up in the mornin', stirrin' around.
Drink a pot of coffee an' I head off to town.
Work, work, work, all day long,
Crank it up, back it up, bring it on home,
Supper on the table an' I eat me a bite,
Then we snuggle on the porch by the pale moonlight,
A little bit of me an' you doin' all right:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of back-porch, a little bit of swing.
A little bit of wind-chimes a-going ding-a-ling.
A little bit of TV, a little bit of couch;
Popcorn smellin' up the house.
A-la-mode on a little slice of home-made pie.
A little bit of life.

I breath in, I breath out.
Yeah. sleepin' all night with the windows down.
Up in the mornin', stirrin' around.
Drink a pot of coffee an' I head off to town.
Work, work, work, all day long,
Crank it up, back it up, bring it on home,
Supper on the table an' I eat me a bite,
Then we snuggle on the porch by the pale moonlight,
A little bit of me an' you doin' all right:
A little bit of life.

A little bit of me an' you doin' all right:
A little bit of life.
Yeah, a little bit of life.

A little bit of guitar; a little bit of truck.
A little bit of hound-dog, a little bit of luck.
A little bit of back-seat, a little bit of moon.
A little bit of radio: boom, boom, boom.
A little bit of bacon, a little bit of beans;
A little bit of you lovin' up on me.
A little bit of c'mon, a little bit of play.
A little bit of yee-haw in the hay!
Little Bit Of Life Lyrics
Artist(Band):Craig Morgan WHEN THE DOGWOOD BLOOMS ARE WHITE
AND THE FISH LEAP IN THE RIVER,
AND THE SUNBEAMS ON THE DANCING RIPPLES PLAY,
THEN WE KNOW BOTH DAY AND NIGHT
WE SHOULD THANK THE GREAT GOOD GIVER.
AND BE CAREFUL ALWAYS WHAT WE DO AND SAY.

WHEN THE AIR IS SWEET AND COOL
AND THE TENDER GRASS IS SPRINGING,
AND THE SILVERY COWBELLS TINKLE IN THE LANE,
WHEN THE MOUNTAIN ROSES NOD
AND THE MOCKINGING BIRD IS SINGING.
THEN WE KNOW THE MIRACLE IS WROUGHT AGAIN.

OUT IN GOD'S GREEN OPEN COUNTRY
FAR AWAY FROM CITY PAVEMENTS
WHERE WE NEVER HEAR IT'S NOISE OR IT'S STRIFE,
THOUGHTLESS ONES MAY CALL IT DULL
AND OTHERS CALL IT LOVELY
BUT I THINK THE NAME THAT SUITS IT BEST IS LIFE.

Country Life : By Alice Baker Born: july 12, 1965
Tours: 1990,1999,2003,2008,2011
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