Recorded at Turner Up Recording in Nashville Tennessee. Produced by Robby Turner, the long time steel guitar player for Waylon Jennings.
Writing About Waylon
Internet killed the video star, cd's have done bit the dust.
No one plays a record these days, their all in a downloading rush.
Some say the music's evolving, some say the good times are gone.
Everyone's writing about Waylon, I guess they done run out of songs.
These days you got thirty seconds, before some kid jumps the tracks.
Better go live with your live show, if you want those people to come back.
If today's stars all shine brighter and they can all stand on their own.
Why y'all writing about Waylon in every modern day pop country song.
The truck and the tractor's a stage prop and Jesus is having him a beer.
The mountain and dirt road's a backdrop
For people who aren't born around here.
When I spew my hate, you call it sour grapes,
But tell me how can I be wrong?
When y'all still writing about Waylon in every modern day pop country song.
Name dropping won't make you an outlaw,
But you just might go to the bank.
Dirty jeans don't make you a tough guy.
Stetson hats don't mean you can drink.
If old Hoss was here he would tell you,
That the king is still old Bob Wills
Who's that? Well he's one of many, who put y'all on top of that hill.
Written by Brandon Fulson
Fulsong Music (ASCAP)
released July 1, 2015
Brandon Fulson; Lead Vocals
Robby Turner: Steel guiar, Bass, Piano
James Mitchell: Lead Guitar, Rhythm, & Acoustic
Chrislynn Lee Jones: Harmony vocals
Wayne Killius: Drums
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