"Tennessee River Run" as written by and Darryl/leslie Worley....
Worked all week, got it all done
Let's make a Tennessee River run

Hey everybody, I think the time is right
Let's get together down where the catfish bite
Cooped up all winter, waitin' on a day like this
It's the way I feel rockin' on the water
Baby, that I can't resist

BBQ grill, summertime jam
Just about a mile above Pickwick Dam
Party on the water, whole lotta fun
Time to make a Tennessee River run

I'll get my bass boat, crank up your party barge
We'll drop these anchors out where the big boats are
Break out a cooler, pass out some ice cold beer
Look at all the people out here on the water
Man, I can't believe we're here

Swingin' on a rope, gonna have a ball
Jumpin' off the Yellow Creek waterfall
Checking out the honeys baking in the sun
God bless a Tennessee River run

Doo doo-n-dee dee

Oh what a weekend, we've had some time to play
I should be leaving, tomorrow's a work week day
I just might call in, tell them that I can't get home
Does anybody else want to stay a little longer
Or am I gonna be alone

Floatin' on a tube, gonna weigh a ton
Cajun sausage on a hot dog bun
Play, play
Doo, doo
Play, play

BBQ grill, summertime jam
Just about a mile above Pickwick Dam
Party on the water, whole lotta fun
Time to make a Tennessee River run
Nothin' like a Tennessee River run
I love a Tennessee River run
Whoop up a Tennessee River run


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"Tennessee River Run" as written by Steve Leslie Darryl Worley

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