"Days of Thunder" as written by and Paul Norris Nelson....
A lot of trucks lined up down by the lake
Drinkin' beer on the back of the tailgate
Boys from the valley want to start a fight
Hey baby what you want to do tonight
The only fear a rebel heart knows
Nothing to do when anything goes

[Chorus]
Looking back on those days of thunder
I shake my head and I have to wonder
How we ever made it through that
Girl tonight you're takin' me back
There's a road and a restless wind
Ain't it good to feel that way again
Here we are, the way we were
In those days of thunder

That old Ford is sure fast on the draw
Outgun the Chevys and outrun the law
Outskirts of town looking down on the lights
Waiting for some kind of lightning strike
The cars and the bars,
The songs we knew have changed
The fire that burns inside of us still remains

[Chorus]

Yeah
Looking back on those days of thunder
I shake my head and I have to wonder
How we ever made it through that
Girl tonight you're taking me back
There's a road and a restless wind
Ain't it good to feel that way again
Here we are, the way we were
In those days of thunder,
In those days of thunder, yeah


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"Days of Thunder" as written by Kix Brooks Paul Nelson

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    General Comment"That ole ford is sure fast on the draw
    Out gunned the chevys and out run the law
    Out skirts of town looking down on the light
    Waitin for some kind of lightening to strike
    The cars and the bars and the songs we knew had changed
    The fire burns the site of her still remains".

    It is rather:
    The fire that burns inside of us still remains.
    gmaniac6899on August 28, 2006   Link

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