A long ride back from Jacksonville
500 miles from a game we should've won
Man we ought a burn down that stadium
Thought this year was gonna be ours
Talking too much junk in those Florida bars
Now I'm stunned
man I wish it was 1981,

now I know why they say
every dog has his days
can't win every game we play
but every dog has his days

Longing for those glory days
like the one he cried run Lindsay Run
I was too young to be there but I'm sure it was fun
I bet that crowd was flyin high
And I bet Glory to ol' Georgia was cried as the band played
Man I wish I could feel that way today

now I know why they say
every dog has his days
can't win every game we play
but every dog has his days

and I played back my favorite victories
like that last minute win up in Tennessee
I bet them hot nails hurt like hell
And I got sweet memories of 2002 won the SEC
And the sugar bowl too
Man we had a ball down on Bourbon Street
Ooh, those were the days

Just got my tickets in the mail
Septembers coming fast and I can hardly wait
They say these guys they might take us all the way
And if they do I'll be flying high
and there'll probably be a happy tear in my eye but rain or shine
I'll be yellin' go Dogs from the 20 yard line, and

I know why they say
every dog has his days
can't win every game we play
but every dog has his days

and we'll be singing
Glory, Glory to ol' Georgia
Glory, Glory to ol' Georgia
Glory, Glory to ol' Georgia
Oh Georgia Hail to the


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    General CommentCorey smith is awesome! Go Dawgs!!.....and its Hob nails not Hot nails....learn the larry munson language
    Ben08on June 05, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"now I know why they say
    every dog has his days
    can't win every game we play
    but every dog has his days"

    You can't be great at EVERYTHING. You're going to win some and you're going to lose some.
    southern05belleon September 03, 2009   Link

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