Lee Brice

Lee Brice (born Kenneth Mobley Brice, Jr., June 10, 1979) is an American country music singer and songwriter, signed to Curb Records. Brice has released four albums for the label: Love Like CrazyHard to LoveI Don’t Dance and Lee Brice. Singles include: “A Woman Like You”, “Hard to Love”, “I Drive Your Truck”,  “I Don’t Dance”,  “Love Like Crazy”, “Parking Lot Party”, “Drinking Class”, and “That Don’t Sound Like You.”.

Besides his own material, he has also co-written singles for artists like Garth Brooks, Adam Gregory, the Eli Young Band, and Tim McGraw. One of his compositions, Brooks’s “More Than a Memory”, was the first song ever to debut at number one on the country chart, while the Eli Young Band’s “Crazy Girl” was the Billboard Year-End top country song of 2011.

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I DON'T DANCE - LEE BRICE
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I Don’t Dance

I DRIVE YOUR TRUCK - LEE BRICE (SK)
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I Drive Your Truck

SEVEN DAYS A THOUSAND TIMES - LEE BRICE
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Seven Days A Thousand Times

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“Seven Days A Thousand Times”

A Saturday downpour carved out rivers in the sand
she said it was her first time to see the sea
helping to clime the jetty rocks was the first time I touched her hand
and the rain and the way it felt never let up all week
by Thursday I knew everything about her
And God, the last day I didn’t wanna leave without herThe sidewalks and streets were soaked and the sky was gray
but you should’ve seen her face, shining like that light house
through all the rain and the way she called my name
I’ve lived those seven days a thousand times,
those seven days a thousand timesTime was like the tide, it came and went.
That old pier ran clear out into the mist
and my mind plays that Tuesday night again and again and again
I taste that old saltwater taffy on her lips
And Wednesday morning snuck in through the window
and we just laid there and listened to the waves come and goThe sidewalks and streets were soaked and the sky was gray
but you should’ve seen her face, shining like that light house
through all the rain and the way she called my name
Well, I’ve lived those seven days a thousand times,
those seven days a thousand timesMoments with her, now there all a blur, except for every second,
every word, every drop of rain, every single grain of sand…

The sidewalks and streets were soaked and the sky was gray
but you should’ve seen her face, shining like that light house
through all the poring rain and the way she called my name
Well, I’ve lived those seven days a thousand times,
those seven days a thousand times

 

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