Jeff Ashbaker

Jeff Ashbaker

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Folk - Country | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,518   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 9/20/2019

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Love that traditional feel. Sounds like most traditional country songs from that era 80's 90's. Alan Jackson, George Strait. The fiddle makes the song by its tasty fills. "Good good golly gosh darn" is enough of a catchy lyric that will stick in my head all day.

    - Sean Hiler

Nice funky groove kept me listening. Slick drums, emotional lead guitar weaving around the fiddle, strong lived-in voice, some neat duetting, wacky (at times humorous) storyline . . . it all adds up to a pretty good package!

    - James Neilson Graham
Lyrics

Good, Good, Golly, Gosh, Darn
©Jeffrey C. Ashbaker 10/2014

I want to be part of the jigsaw puzzle
But my pieces are upside down
I wish thing were just a little more standard
Like a wheel, you know...round
We'd still have outdoor plumbing, if they left well enough alone
Temperatures are rising, like the mortgage on my home
And they say, "Hold on, it'll never hit the fan" and I say, "Go on"

You're sure to see the sunshine again
Just as soon as the earth can spin
You'll spot that point of light in the sky
Through the ozone, the new day will begin
It's somewhat familiar, but it's still unique
Like riding a bicycle and not hogging the whole street
And they say "Hold on, share the road there" and I say "Come on"

---Chorus---
You're the boy who cried wolf
You can huff and you can puff
You can dress up like a sheep
And I don't give a...
Good, Good, Golly, Gosh, Darn
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--Solo Verse Break--

Would any heart believe in this magic
Could any soul learn the whole truth
Should everyman be more pragmatic
Must politics be so uncouth
If the water keeps coming, we may never get out
Then someone damns the river and claims there is a drought
And they say "Hold on, there's a flash-flood warning and I say "Come on"

---Repeat Chorus---

Song Length
3:00
Genres
Blues - Country, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Jovial

Subject Matter
Justice

Language
English

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Music Credits Jeff Ashbaker
Producer Credits Jeff Ashbaker
Performance Credits Jeff Ashbaker