"Three Minute Positive Not Too Country Up-Tempo Love Song" as written by and Alan Eugene Jackson....
Three minute positive not too country
Up-tempo love song
This is a three minute song
To tell her that I love her

And how wonderful we get along
A sweet sentiment that's borderline stick
A lot of right and not much wrong
It's a little bit edgy, but softer than spaghetti

Weak yet redundantly strong
It's a three minute positive
Not too country up-tempo love song

[Chorus]
Yeah, it's a three minute positive
Not too country up-tempo love song
It's a way for me to tell her that I love her
But it can't be too long
There will be no drinkin' no cheatin'
No lyin' no leavin'that stuff it just don't belong
In a three minute positive

Not too country up-tempo love song
You won't hear four-letter words
Just me tellin' her

That she's the every breath I draw
And how I can't live without her
And I could never doubt her
'Cause she could never do no wrong

Well it's the right amount of timin' the proper form of rhymin' a little guitar
Then it's gone
It's a three minute positive
Not too country up-tempo love song

[Chorus]

Yeah in a three minute positive
Not too country up-tempo love song
There will be no drinkin' no cheatin'
No lyin' no leavin' that stuff it just don't belong

In a three minute positive
Not too country up-tempo love song
Yeah in a three minute positive
Not too country up-tempo love song


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"Three Minute Positive Not Too Country Up-Tempo Love Song" as written by Alan Eugene Jackson

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