"Big Time" as written by Angie Aparo, John D. Rich and Ken Alphin....
My hair might be a little too long for your taste, my friend
My car might cost a little less than that suit you're wearing
I'm glad you've stumbled in here on your business trip
Before you close your tab remember I play for tips
Well I bet your wife is beautiful and you're a really big so-and-so
Well I'm not doing bad myself, hey friend don't you know

I play guitar and I sing my songs in the sunshine
Captain and Cokes and barroom jokes keep me feeling fine
And there's always a stage and a beautiful babe to squeeze my lime
In my simple way, guess you can say I'm living in the big time

I know I'll probably never make a million bucks
But savings accounts and the IRS never worry me much
I don't need that stuff 'cause
I've got friends like you
To but me drinks, have boats and planes that I can use
I know you're really living in that house up on the hill
So if you feel like giving, friend I've got a jar to fill

I play guitar and I sing my songs in the sunshine
Captain and Cokes and barroom jokes keep me feeling fine
And there's always a stage and a beautiful babe to squeeze my lime
In my simple way, guess you can say I'm living in the big time

I'm having the time of my life
No worries on my mind
Everything's just fine

Today is even better than yesterday
Everything is going my way
I'm living the big time

And there's always a stage and beautiful babe to squeeze my lime
In my simple way guess you could say
I'm living in the big time


Lyrics submitted by Buschwackers03

"Big Time" as written by John D. Rich Angie Aparo

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    General Commentit's about the country duo and how that they're not millionaires, and how that doesn't even bother them because they have music industry big shots lending them luxuires whenever they need them. other then that, the two are living a fun life, playing music, having a good time, drinking etc. their careers and music steps in place of having millions of dollars. in their "simple way" they're living in the big time.
    mbrooksayon December 19, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyou don't have to be rich to live in the big time
    TheDouglasson August 10, 2008   Link

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