Blame it all on my roots I showed up in boots And ruined your black tie affair The last one to know The last one to show I was the last one You thought you'd see there And I saw the surprise And the fear in his eyes When I took his glass of champagne And I toasted you Said, honey, we may be through But you'll never hear me complain. I guess I was wrong I just don't belong But then, I've been there before And everything is alright I'll just say goodnight And I'll show myself to the door I didn't mean to cause a big scene Just wait 'til I finish this glass Then sweet little lady I'll head back to the bar And you can kiss my ass. Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. Nos avise. Traduzida por Caze. Viu algum erro? Recomendar Twitter. Posts relacionados. Playlists relacionadas. Mais acessados.
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Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. We knew Garth Brooks had friends in low places, but this is ridiculous. Speaking with Access Hollywood , the country music legend took the "devil," also known as the "nice people" at YouTube, to task for what he calls an unfair compensation model for artists. Brooks told Billy Bush that the video giant "claims they pay people but they're not paying anything either. People get millions and millions of views and they don't get squat, trust me. Brooks added that despite having reservations with the Google-owned company, he doesn't think he'll pull a Prince any time soon.
It was released on August 6, as the lead single from his album No Fences. The two songwriters had given the song to Brooks to record as a demo soon before the release of his self-titled first album , when he was a relatively unknown singer. Enamored with the song, Brooks recorded the official version the next year. According to Earl Bud Lee, one of the song's co-writers, the idea of the song was born when he and some songwriting friends gathered for lunch one day at Tavern on the Row, a popular Nashville eatery. He was asked how he was going to pay for the meal, and he replied, "Don't worry. I have friends in low places. I know the cook. Some months later, Lee and Blackwell were at a party, celebrating a recent No. They began to talk about the dormant "friends in low places" idea, and "at that very moment, it all started to come together in a song," Lee said. Guitarist James Garver would add the name of the bar in the song, "The Oasis", after an establishment in his hometown of Concordia, Kansas.
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