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Drive-By Truckers

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Biography

Drive-By Truckers are an alternative country band which formed in Athens, Georgia, United States in 1996. Currently, the band consists of Patterson Hood (vocals, guitar), Mike Cooley (vocals, guitar), David Barbe (bass), John Neff (guitar), Jay Gonzalez (keyboards) and Brad Morgan (drums). Cooley and Hood are the only original members of the band remaining. Among the band's former members are Jason Isbell (vocals, guitar) who left the band in 2007, and Shonna Tucker (bass, vocals) who left the band in 2011.

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Top Songs

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  1.  
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    When he reached the gates of heaven
    He didn't understand
    He knew that folks were coming over
    Or was it all a dream?
    Was it all a crazy dream?
    Two Daughters And A Beautiful Wife  -  154,938 plays
  2.  
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    I got green and I got blues
    And everyday there's a little less difference between the two
    I belly-up and disappear
    Well I ain't really drowning 'cause I see the beach from here
    And I could take a Greyhound home but when I got there it'd be gone
    Goddamn Lonely Love  -  129,347 plays
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    It was a straight shot
    All it took was luck to not get caught
    I laid three dimes down and the machine wanted 25 cents
    In the back seat her and a friend,
    one out the window and the other on the other end
    3 Dimes Down  -  111,792 plays
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    I got a brand new car that drinks a bunch of gas
    I got a house in a neighborhood that's fading fast
    I got a dog and a cat that don't fight too much
    I got a few hundred channels to keep me in touch
    I got a beautiful wife and three tow-headed kids
    The Righteous Path  -  115,383 plays
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    My Daddy played poker on a stump in the woods back in his younger days
    Prohibition was the talk, but the rich folks walked to the woods where my Daddy stayed
    Jugs and jars from shiners, these old boys here, they ain't miners
    They came from the twenty-niners
    It didn't take a hole in the ground to put the bottom in their face
    Where the Devil Don't Stay  -  110,259 plays
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