Jamey Johnson

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Jamey Johnson (born in Enterprise, Alabama) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Signed to BNA Records in 2005, Johnson made his debut with his single "The Dollar", which reached a peak of #14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. An album, also titled The Dollar, was released in 2006. Johnson exited BNA in 2006 and signed to Mercury Nashville Records in March 2008, releasing his first single for the label that month. In addition to his own material, Johnson has co-written three singles for Trace Adkins, as well as one each for George Strait, Joe Nichols and John Michael Montgomery.


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    I said, grandpa what's this picture here
    It's all black and white, it ain't real clear
    Is that you there? He said yeah, I was 11
    Times were tough back in '35
    That's me and uncle Joe just tryin' to survive
    In Color  -  274,592 plays
    I was just a normal guy
    Life was just a nine to five
    With bills and pressure
    Piled up to the sky
    She never asked
    High Cost Of Living  -  74,920 plays
    That mornin' sun made its way
    Through the windshield of my Chevrolet
    Whiskey eyes and ashtray breath
    On a chert rock gravel road
    What the hell did I do last night?
    That Lonesome Song  -  43,431 plays
    [Here's all your belongings, and here's all your paperwork.
    Mr. Johnson, as of now you're free to do whatever you want to do.
    But stay out of trouble.
    Released  -  28,984 plays
    I left Montgomery on North 65
    I was restless and ready to give Nashville a try
    I rolled into town with a sound of my own
    Somewhere between Jennings and Jones
    Well, the day job I landed felt just like a jail
    Between Jennings And Jones  -  35,421 plays
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