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Johnny Paycheck (May 31, 1938 – February 18, 2003) was a country music singer. He is most famous for covering the David Allan Coe song "Take This Job And Shove It". Born Donald Eugene Lytle in Greenfield, Ohio, he began playing guitar by age 6 and made his first record at age 15. After a time served in the United States Navy (which included a court-martial for assault), he began performing under the name Donny Young. The singer took a job with country music star George Jones, for whom he played bass and steel guitar for several years, co-writing Jones' hit song, "Once You've Had the Best.
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- Take This Job and Shove It - (2:44) - 6,420 plays
- She's All I Got - (2:52) - 2,126 plays
- LyricsI can't sell my mama short on loving me
I guess that's why she let me go so far
Mama try to stopped me short of stealing
I guess that's why I had to steal that car
She told me not to smoke it
- LyricsWell, I was sittin' in this beer joint down in Houston, Texas
Was drinkin' Colorado Cool-Aid and talkin' to some Mexicans
An' we was what's that you say?
What's Colorado Cool-Aid?
Well, it's a can of Coors brewed from a mountain stream
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- Someone To Give My Love To - (3:05) - 499 plays
- Old Violin - (3:17) - 412 plays
- A-11 - (2:16) - 517 plays
- Fifteen Beers - (2:38) - 430 plays
- The Outlaw's Prayer - (5:05) - 336 plays