One Damn Thing

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ONE DAMN THING
By Kendall Jackson

Well I was always kind of a stoner
And she was always kind of mad
The day she put all my shit on the porch was the best day I ever had
Always subtle were her ways
I don't think of her these days
But when people ask here's what I say

There ain't one damn thing I miss about her
Not her perfume not her kinky two toned hair
She's as mean as a cottonmouth on the ground
And she don't weigh 90 pounds if you wet her down
I don't call on her, and she don't bother me
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey-yeah.

She was a barefoot hippie
Fighting with her old man
I fell for her and she for me put a ring upon her hand
That's when daddy reeled her in
I hope I never see her again
When people ask here's what I say

There ain't one damn thing I miss about her
Not her perfume not her kinky two tone hair
She's as mean as a cottonmouth on the ground
And she don't weigh 90 pounds if you wet her down
I don't call on her, and she don't bother me
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey–hey

Her daddy called me everything except my name
He was driving me insane
I got out with no kids and some shame

There ain't one damn thing I miss about her
Not her perfume not her kinky two tone hair
She's as mean as a cottonmouth on the ground
And she don't weigh 90 pounds if you wet her down
I don't call on her, and she don't bother me hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Yeah, yeah

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from THE HIGHBALLERS, released January 11, 2014
Kendall Jackson - Vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Victoria Patchen - Vocals
Sean Lally - Lead guitar, acoustic guitar, Farfisa organ
Drake Sorey - Drums, primal scream
Mike Barrientos - Bass

Written by Kendall Jackson

Produced and Engineered by Don Zientara

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"Songs about hard-drinking, crime, sex, heartache and the seamier side of life comprise the core of The Highballers’ music. The band’s sweet savory harmonies meld flawlessly with the twang of Fender telecasters. The Highballers’ brand of country can’t be pigeon-holed into one type of sound; their music is rough and tumble and at the same time can be evocative and haunting."

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