Rascal Flatts: Mayberry Meaning
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Song Released: 2003
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Than it did in the old days
So naturally we have more natural disasters
From the strain of a fast pace
Sunday was the day of rest
Now it’s one more day for progress
And we can’t slow...
matt.romback Jan 26th, 2013 1:56pm report
This song is so amazing!!! It definitely goes back to the good ol days in the Michigan city of Clarkston especially between spring and summer in the 2000s decade. It also takes me back during my teenage years and hang out in the park playing volleyball and having fun and other stuff!!!
anonymous Oct 12th, 2011 10:58am report
This is really good! I like this song, and Mayberry represents the "good old days" back in the 1950s. Back then children played for hours in the neighborhood -- in other people's homes and yards -- unsupervised. Back then children walked to school, went gleefully to sleep overs, and participated in overnight camps without an ounce of parental concern.
Whenever I hear this song, I feel nostalgic and wish that everything today was just as it was back then in the 1950s.
Kudos to Rascal Flatts for writing such an awesome and inspiring song. :)
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