My favorite song lyrics part 2

Hey blog world! I have decided to write a sequel to the post “My Favorite Song Lyrics”! If you wanna read that one first here’s a link!! Enjoy the rest of my favorite lyrics!

“BRLFQ spells Mom and Dad.” This is from the first verse of “Watching Scotty Grow” by Bobby Goldsboro Basically BRLFQ is Scotty’s way of spelling Mom and Dad. I think that’s so funny! I think it’s so funny and adorable when little kids misspell or misspronounce a word!

“Don’t Stop Believing.” This is of course the title of my favorite Journey song Journey is absolutely right when they say this! You should never stop believing in magic, the power of Rock and Roll, Christ, others and most importantly YOURSELF!

“Country is all in your heart.” This is the last line of the song “Country Is” by Tom T Hall In my opinion this is the most beautiful line of the song!

“Life doesn’t wait for us to get it right Day after night It just goes on when it goes wrong It goes and then it’s gone
So, I’m gonna do my best To make the most of it, avoid regret, yeah Take a breath, realize, time is irreversible This ain’t no dress rehearsal.” This is the chorus of “Dress Rehearsal” by Carolyn Dawn Johnson I totally agree with what she’s saying. Once we do something in life we can’t reverse time to take it back. Make the most of your life because even though Shakespeare once compared the world to a stage we aren’t living one big dress rehearsal!

“You don’t have to feel like a waste of space your original cannot be replaced.” This is the first part of the 2nd verse of “Firework” by Katy Perry “Firework” is such an inspirational song and this is the line that speaks out to me the most!

“Go Where Your Heart Believes.” This is the title of a song by Chris De Burgh (or C de B for short.) This is his way of saying go where your heart leads you! That’s something we should all totally do!

“Someday we’ll find it the rainbow connection the lovers the dreamers and me” I’m not entirely sure what the rainbow connection is but I do hope we find it someday!

“Then the first snow came
And she ran out to brush the snow away
So it wouldn’t die Came runnin’ in all excited
Slipped and almost hurt herself And I laughed till I cried” This is part of the first verse of “Honey” by Bobby Goldsboro Basically who Bobby is talking about is his wife (in the song) named Honey. She had planted a tree and she didn’t want it to die so she brushed away all the snow. Then she came running in super excited, slipped and nearly hurt herself. I picture this in my head when I hear this line and I can’t help but laugh just like Bobby did!

“He knelt to the ground and pulled out a ring and said marry me Juliet you’ll never have to be alone I love you and that’s all I really know I talked to your Dad go pick out a white dress it’s a love story baby just say yes!” This is part of the second last and the entire last verse of “Love Story” by Taylor Swift I love this part because Juliet’s father (or in other words Sir (or maybe it’s Lord I can’t remember) Capulet) has finally agreed to let her marry Romeo!

“The landlords letters got nasty indeed he wrote GET OUT but Pa couldn’t read.” This is from the 2nd verse of “Po Folks” by Bill Anderson Don’t get me wrong I think illiteracy isn’t a good thing and we should work to make sure everyone knows how to read but I think it’s pretty funny that this family is being kicked out of their house and don’t even know it because their father can’t read the landlords eviction letter!

What are some of your favorite song lyrics? Tell me in the comments!


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