Jordan Mycoskie | Pickin Roses

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Pickin Roses

by Jordan Mycoskie

Classic young love with hint Texas coastline.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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Album Notes
Baby doll came from the hills
Moved away against her will
Time rolls on she supposes
Life's not always pickin' roses.

Baby boy comes from the mountains
Ran all the rivers and all the slopes
Took a job drilling oil
Two miles off the Texas coast.

Baby Doll said see you later
To a cashier job she always hated
Loved to cook and took her chances
Bought a bistro down in Port Aransas.

So while Baby Doll lays in the sand
Baby Boy holds her hand
Tells her all about the Rockies
She thinks its funny he's so cocky.

Baby Doll comes from the country
Baby Boy comes from the slopes
Baby Boy Fell in Love
when Baby Doll gave him hope

Hope in love and life and laughter
Hope there'll never be an after
Cause after comes when good things end
And Baby Doll thinks the world of him!

He quit rough necking' so he could be
An honest man with a family
Wrote some songs and plays guitar
At the Baby Doll Bistro Bar,
the Baby Doll Bisro Bar.

So Baby Boy and Baby Doll
had babies of their own last fall
Head to head with the Jones'
But life's not always pickin' roses.
Always Pickin' Roses


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