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These are short parody lyrics set to the lyrics of songs by Tracy Lawrence.

Tracy Lawrence

Tracy Lawrence's, "Paint Me a Birmingham"
Better Lyrics:
She was sittin' there, baste brush in hand

Same old supper has gotten rather bland
Need some heartier food in my life

I just cannot help it if I'm a hungry guy

I asked if she only made sweet pastry things

She said for twenty dollars I'll bake you anything

Will you bake me a honey ham?

Whip it up any way you can?

A little pink, with the edges browned

I think it's only 90 cents a pound...

Some lemon juice for a bit of zing

And when we're done, we'll go

For a while, I'll be full again

If you bake me a honey ham
Original Lyrics:
He was sittin' there, his brush in hand

Paintin' waves as they danced, upon the sand

With every stroke, he brought to life

The deep blue of the ocean, against the mornin' sky

I asked him if he only painted ocean scenes

He said for twenty dollars, I’ll paint you anything

Could you Paint Me A Birmingham

Make it look just the way I planned

A little house on the edge of town

Porch goin’ all the way around

Put her there in the front yard swing

Cotton dress make it, early spring

For a while she’ll be, mine again

If you can Paint Me A Birmingham
Submitted by: Huff

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