Vicki Lee

Vicki Lee

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Unique - General | Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,030   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: 7/6/2020
   Sounds Like: I do not sound like another artist

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12

Story Behind the Song

Many small towns have disappeared over the years. The story behind this song is of a person who still lives in one and reminisces of the past.

Lyrics

Th' Times
(Intro)
I. Times were much simpler then. Why did they have to end?
I miss my younger days.
I had a ton a friends, who were closer then.
Than my family is today.
(Chorus)
We used to meet on th' street to race our cars.
We made fake ID's. We snuck into bars.
We parked in th' woods. Drank Boones' Farm wine.
Got a little crazy. Those were th' times. Those were th' times.
(T)
II. I had to get a job. My parents said they robbed.
My college fund was gone.
I flipped some burgers then. Served fries to my friends.
And some didn't want to pay.
(Chorus)
We used to meet on th' street to race our cars.
We made fake ID's. We snuck into bars.
We parked in th' woods. Drank Boones' Farm wine.
Got a little crazy. Those were th' times. Those were th' times.
(T)
III. I stayed in my home town. And now I look around.
It's all torn down, a shame.
No one is movin' back. We're just a railroad tack.
This town once had a name.
(Chorus)
We used to meet on the' street to race our cars.
We made fake ID'a. We snuck into bars.
We parked in th' woods. Drank Boones' Farm wine.
Got a little crazy. Those were th' times. Those were th' times.
(T)
(Chorus)
We used to meet in th' street to race our cars.
We made fake ID's. We snuck into bars.
We parked in th' woods. Drank Boones' Farm wine.
Got a little crazy. Those were th' times. Those were th' times.
(Tag) Those were th' times.


Song Length
3:23
Genres
Folk - Rock, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
History, Past

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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