California Country CD
1. Neon Lights & Summertime Nights
For all those young men, and some who aren't so young, who work all week for a hard day's pay, what happens when that work is done? This song tells you what one young fella's gonna do.
2. A Jack D Epiphany
You know you're spending too much time at the local "watering hole" when you think you've seen your woman "dancin on the floor with a long lean cowboy about six foot four." Maybe your Epiphany is a "wake-up call" for you to get rid of Jack D and start spending more time with the woman who loves you and IS waiting for you.
4. Love In The First Degree
How do you find a woman who can make you Love In the First Degree? Well, you know she's the one when she's on your mind when you wake up in the morning and you think about her the "whole damn day." Putting the "love back in your life" and giving you "peace in your mind" means you'd better hold on to this one.
8. Daddy Please Don't Go
If you're a little girl about 5, the word divorce doesn't mean much to you. But you definitely know if your daddy doesn't live with you anymore. Can she somehow make him understand that her momma still loves him and she'll try to make things all right, so they can be a family again?
9. California Country
She was travelin’ all the way across the country to meet her husband who was stationed at Camp Lejuene. Why on earth would the waitress, in a little cafe outside Nashville, think that she wasn't Country? One thing's for certain: the waitress is gonna find out why she's California Country.
10. My Mascara Ain't Runnin No More
This is for all you ladies who have sat home patiently, night after night, while that hard drinkin’, fun lovin’ husband or boyfriend and his "no good buddies" leaves you sittin’ home alone one time too many. All those nights, and all those tears led to lots of mascara runnin’ all over the place. It ain't runnin’ no more, though.
11. My Baby Went To Heaven
This song tells the story of a young man of 25, just starting his life really, who falls into the same trap as many a cowboy who had a "few too many," and then got in his pick-up truck and headed on down the road. The only problem was, he had his 5 year-old son with him.