Talladega Karaoke Eric Church

Karaoke Talladega Eric Church

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Lyrics of Talladega

It was the summer before the real world started and the deal was we would get to go if we
Cleaned it up and got it running daddy's old Winnebago and a
Wing and a prayer down sixty-five
Five best friends on four bald tires
I can still see Billy smiling when we finally made it
To Talladega boys raised up the whiskey in your glass
Here's to turning up slowing down and cars that go real fast
We were laughing and living drinking and wishing and thinking as that checkered flag was waving
Sure would like to stay in Talladega
Like a storm time rolls on you can't hit pause as we just did
Most days in life don't stand out
But life's about those days that will like
Rocking rando getting rowdy
Shooting roman candles at the man in the moon
'Till the Alabama sun was breaking
Over Talladega boys raised up the whiskey in your glass
Here's to turning up slowing down and cars that go real fast
We were laughing and living drinking and wishing and thinking as that checkered flag was waving
Sure would like to stay in Talladega
Talladega
When the winds go cold and it blows October
I think about us shoulder to shoulder
Like those cars my thoughts roll over and over and over in my mind
Tonight I'm in Talladega boys raised up the whiskey in your glass
Here's to turning up slowing down and cars that go real fast
We were laughing and living drinking and wishing and thinking as that checkered flag was waving
Sure would like to stay in Talladega
Talladega
Talladega

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