"Too Good a Memory" as written by and Mark Wright Lewis Anderson....
Too Cold At Home
Mark Chesnutt

Well, it sure feels good to come in here
And just pull up a seat
A frosty mug of a cool one
Helps to beat the heat
These old dog days of summer
Lord, I'll be glad when they're gone
It's too hot to fish, too hot for golf
And too cold at home

Well, that baseball game on TV
Takes me back to when I was a kid
We proudly wore those uniforms
Just like the Dodgers did
Yeah we won a few and lost a few
And for me it still goes on
It's too hot to fish, and too hot for golf
And too cold at home

Well, I only planned on one or two
I might stay for three
If that good looking thing in the corner
Keeps smilin' back at me
It's so easy not to care
'Bout what's right or what's wrong
It's too hot to fish, too hot for golf
And too cold at home


Well, I only planned on one or two
I might stay for three
If that good looking thing in the corner
Keeps smilin' back at me
It's so easy not to care
'Bout what's right or what's wrong
It's too hot to fish, too hot for golf
And too cold at home

It's too hot to fish, too hot for golf
And too cold at home...






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"Too Good a Memory" as written by Mark Wright Lewis Anderson

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