I Love My Old Bird Dog (& I Love You) (Crossin Dixon)

Sometimes I'm mad at the world Mad at this town Mad 'cause I can't lose the same five pounds That I've been tryin' to lose for three or four years now. Sometimes I feel like a truck that just won't run On the side of the road in the July sun There ain't another car for miles That I can thumb down. I guess every now and then You're going to land on a bad day Though I still do I know I can't complain. 'Cause I love what I do Love where I'm at Love a strong cup of coffee and my old black hat My big wool blanket Sleepin' in my cowboy boots I love my old bird dog I like to watch him run My red guitar I bang around on some And I love lovin' you Baby, I love lovin' you. Now heaven to me it's a simple thing It's just you and me And a phone that don't ring Popcorn poppin' on a lay around Friday night. Seein' you smile when I wake up The way you slide to the middle of my pick-up truck The way you say baby, it's all gonna be all right When I walk in at the end of a worn out day And I see you baby, how can I complain. 'Cause I love what I do Love where I'm at Love a strong cup coffee and my old black hat My big wool blanket Sleepin' in my cowboy boots I love my old bird dog I like to watch him run My red guitar I bang around on some And I love lovin' you Baby, I love lovin' you Yes I do. Well, I love where I've been But I don't look back I thank God for the life he lets me have My big wool blanket Sleepin' in my cowboy boots I love my old bird dog I like to watch him run My red guitar I bang around on some And I love lovin' you Baby, I love lovin' you. Baby, I love, Lovin' you Oh yes I do. Love lovin' you.