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I Love Every Last One of You

from They Call Me Mr. Brown by Randall Brown

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Randall says:
I wrote this song for a Graduation/Holiday party that was held around Christmas-time in 2004 at the Longbranch Saloon in Knoxville, Tennessee. My friend Jane Crowe had finished her master's, so a soiree was had. In 2007, I decided to record a version for the holiday edition of Wayne Bledsoe's radio show "All Over the Road" on WDVX, 89.9 FM. This is that version.

I sang lead and played the drums, guitar and bass for this recording. Jack Rentfro played harmonica. The South Knoxville Kudzu Chorus included Rentfro, Becky Napier-Brown, Jane Crowe, Rob Howard, Jon Wells, Reenie Mooney, Rikki Hall and Doug Campbell.

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Hometown bar on the holidays
We're all out having fun
Escaping from the family
Like we did at 21
I ain't seen you in months and years
Now we're back at this old saloon
Trading hugs and happy tears
Time goes by so soon

Chorus:
I love every last one of you
All you stinking drunks
I would not trade the lot of you
For a million treasure trunks
People who need people
Are the luckiest of lunks
And I love every last one of you
All you stinking drunks

Well, I've slept with one or two of you
In my life and time
And I know that a few of you
Are still partners in crime
I don't know what tomorrow holds
But I'll take it over yesterday
I hope we all live to get old
And wrinkled up and gray

Chorus again

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from They Call Me Mr. Brown, released August 4, 2011

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