Timothy Buckman

Timothy Buckman

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14

Story Behind the Song

This song was written about people becoming consumed with surface level differences.

Lyrics

Back at Central High there were 2 parking lots
one full of rednecks, the other full of jocks
If you were in between, man that choice was tough
Just pick a spot, pray to God that they don't call your bluff

Ain't it funny where we draw the lines
what sets apart you and yours from me and mine
Ain't it funny how something so small
makes the world seem bigger, puts fear in us all
Ain't it funny, man, ain't it funny

there's a brand new family just moved here from Japan
He's 3rd generation navy, she's from Afghanistan
Wonder what she thinks of the strangers down the block
Our kids play together, but we don't even talk
Maybe I'll make that walk

Ain't it funny where we draw the lines
what sets apart you and yours from me and mine
Ain't it funny how something so small
makes the world seem bigger, puts fear in us all
Ain't it funny, man, ain't it funny

Well, it's a double-edged sword, a twist of fate
Sister's a Democrat
Then you're in a jam, need a helpin' hand
and guess who's got your back

Ain't it funny where we draw the lines
what sets apart you and yours from me and mine
Ain't it funny how something so small
makes the world seem bigger, puts fear in us all
Ain't it funny, man...

Song Length
3:51
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
General, Judgement

Similar Artist
Jason Aldean
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Timothy Buckman/Matt McClintock
Music Credits Timothy Buckman
Performance Credits Timothy Buckman/Matt McClintock