This has been a long week looking back on it. While we put together today’s headlines and SEC game previews, here’s you daily lyrical inspiration. It was the first thing off the iPod this morning and a great example of the brilliance of songwriter Bob McDill. This comes from back in the day when real country music still existed… before country became pop/rock (thanks, Garth and Shania!) and pop/rock became hip-hop.
“I can still hear the soft Southern winds in the live oak trees. And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me — Hank and Tennessee.”