"Wal-Mart Parking Lot" as written by Troy Harold Seals, Bud Mcguire and Marty Raybon....
In the little town where I am from
There's a two-way street that everybody runs
Big silver moon shines through the pines
Just about says it for our skyline
No ones complaining about
Nothing's changing here

The local paper has a page or two
Just about covers the hometown news
One kind of button on the radio dial
Cranking out country for a country mile
No ones complaining about
Nothing's changing here

[Chorus]
Yeah all summer long the nights are hot
Hanging out here in the parking lot
Sittin' on the hood of your pickup truck
Talking to your girl about falling in love
Yeah everybody here is a member of the
Wal-Mart Parking Lot Social Club

Ain't nothin' broke, nothing to fix
Finger just a rocking to hear the sticks
Little laid back, we ain't growin' fast
Kinda like living here in the past
No ones complaining about
Nothing's changing here

[Chorus: x2]


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"Wal-Mart Parking Lot" as written by Marty Raybon Bud Mcguire

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