Brian McNulty

Brian McNulty

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Country - Contemporary | Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Buckless
Lyrics by Brian McNulty & James Burnevik. Music by Brian McNulty. Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.
VERSE 1:
I'm watchin' and wishin' you'll come close my deer.
I'm hopin' to see you below me right here.
I'm locked and I'm loaded, waitin' for a sign
Huggin' my thirty ot six and feelin' fine.
I'm wearin' camouflage down to my big toes
Lookin' for a buck who's lookin' for them does.
After many years without any luck
My buddies tagged me and man it stuck.

CHORUS:
My buddies call me Buckless. They never say my name
'Cause I ain't tagged a buck--ain't ever bagged big game.
Yeah I'm buckless, but only 'cause I'm luckless.
Oh they call me Buckless, when'll my luck change?

VERSE 2:
Last night we warmed up around the deer camp fire
Drinkin' beer and raisin' that whiskey bottle higher.
Now I'm by myself up in my tree stand.
I see it an' almost drop the gun in my hand:
The most majestic buck that I've ever seen
Could get me on the cover of Field & Stream.
I get him in my cross hairs. It seems kinda wrong
To kill that good ole boy who's survived so long.

CHORUS

BRIDGE:
I hesitate in shootin' in awe of that old soul.
Then he drops in his tracks without a bullet hole.
I 'm no vet, so it's hard to gauge.
But I think he died of pure old age.

CHORUS

TAG
Tell me, when'll my luck change?

Song Length
3:37
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Similar Artists
Brad Paisley, Jerrod Niemann
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Brian McNulty & James Burnevik
Music Credits Brian McNulty
Producer Credits Stacy Hogan (awritersparadise.com)
Performance Credits Featuring Michael Lusk (vocals)