"Front Porch Thing" as written by Christopher Stapleton and Adam Hood....
Good Lord willing and the creek don't rise
My baby's got a song to sing
While the crickets and the train whistle harmonize
Doin' that front porch thing
Clangin' out a, bangin' out a feel-good tune
Strumming on my old 6 string
Sure can kill these country blues
Doing that front porch thing

Work's been slow, money's been tight
But that's alright, honey, that's alright
Sometimes you won't, but sometimes you will
And when she do what she do, it's a doggone thrill

Good Lord willin' and the creek don't rise
My baby's got a song to sing
While the crickets and the train whistle harmonize
Doing that front porch thing
Clangin' out a, bangin' out a feel good tune
Strumming on my old 6 string
Sure can kill these country blues
Doing that front porch thing

When the moon comes up, we sit down
And the chains start creekin'
Makin' swingin' sounds
Fall in love, all over again
Having so much fun, it oughta be a sin

Good Lord willin' and the creek don't rise
My baby's got a song to sing
While the crickets and the train whistle harmonize
Doing that front porch thing
Clangin' out a, bangin' out a feel good tune
Strumming on my old 6 string
Sure can kill these country blues
Doing that front porch thing

Good Lord willin' and the creek don't rise
My baby's got a song to sing
While the crickets and the train whistle harmonize
Doing that front porch thing
Clangin' out a, bangin' out a feel good tune
Strumming on my old 6 string
Sure can kill these country blues
Doing that front porch thing

When we're doing that front porch thing.
When we're doing that front porch thing.
Doing that front porch thing.


Lyrics submitted by mike

"Front Porch Thang" as written by Christopher Stapleton Adam Hood

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group

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