"Nothing's News" as written by and Clint Patrick Black....
I spent my lifetime wishin' the waitress would come around
Tellin' jokes and shootin' pool on the other side of town
When the whistle blows at five o'clock there's only one place I'll be found
Down at Ernie's icehouse liftin' longnecks to that good old country sound
And talkin' 'bout the good old times
Braggin' on how it used to be
But I've worn out the same old lines
And now it seems nothing's news to me
There's nothin' like a steel guitar cryin' in the night
There's nothin' like a sawdust floor and a good old friendly fight
I'd finally find my way back home and you'd patch up my face
But that was another time and another place
Repeat chorus
And now we're talkin' 'bout the good old times
I wonder how I came to be the know-it-all I am
And how the world ever got used to me


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"Nothing's News" as written by Clint Patrick Black

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    General CommentThe narrator in this song explains the pitiful state of his life.. hanging out in a bar, and remembering the past. He explains his activities: playing billiards, listening to country music, and drinking after work. Since his life is has become so mundane, he now laments that nothing changes - "nothing is new",.."Nothing's News"
    raiderroadtrip00on January 11, 2010   Link

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