Kenny Chesney: American Kids Meaning
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Song Released: 2014
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American Kids Lyrics
Jack in her Cherry Coke town
Momma and Daddy put their roots right here
‘Cause this is where the car broke down
Yellow dog school bus kickin’ up red dust
Pickin’ us up by a barbed wire fence
anonymous Aug 15th, 8:59am report
I love Kenny Chesney. He’s my summer time favorite on the bucket list. So I would add Kenny on my bucket lists. And sing his songs. Everyday?
anonymous Jul 30th, 7:17pm report
I think the song is about being on the stage and so we can do it together tonight please let me know if you have a chance please let me know if you have any plans for today or if we have any friends we will go on the tour bus to see you guys at church tomorrow morning I love to see your mom so I’ll give it to you later love you guys please let me know when I get to my moms house I’ll let her mom know if she can help you guys tonight please
anonymous Mar 28th, 2015 3:14am report
This song is what most American kids do.
anonymous Sep 7th, 2014 9:48am report
Im not the biggest Kenny Chesney fan but my parents and grandparents always had John Mellencamp on the radio and shit like that and I dig this song Its for real about what every teenager in America this generation before generations and after will always think about. Getting high with your friends getting drunk getting with that one girl you really want to be with. I dig it even though it has a pop sound its refreshing because it kind of has that soft rock Mellencamp sound.
anonymous Jul 23rd, 2014 7:41pm report
A fucking generic new "country" song, go listen to george jones and hank williams if you want real country. This ain't, it's pop.
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