George Jones - Brother To The Blues Lyrics




You and I don't need an introduction
Neither one of us has that much to lose
'Cause you're just a sister to satisfaction
And I'm just a brother to the blues

Now I don't have to tell you nights are lonely
There's a hunger in our eyes that tells the news
And you're just a sister to satisfaction
And I'm just a brother to the blues

It's hard to tell exactly which direction
We might go at any given time
It's just a constant search for affection
And we need all the comfort we can find

I know you can feel this attraction
From a night of love that both of us could use
'Cause you're just a sister to satisfaction
And I'm just a brother to the blues

Yes, you're just a sister to satisfaction
And I'm just a brother to the blues...





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  1. malcolm clark

    I'm not God, but just a character logo facsimile to a Potatoe, in representation of a motto for sponsor, advertising for Allens Spinach in representation of my music teacher neighbor Allen, so he has stock in an L.L. vendor ...the motto being : " Strong to the Finish ", not
    so much " I am what I am " without the facsimile of " I Yam what I Yam " or else I'd be a real life cartoon character without a George Jones illustrator...you see the starch in a Potatoe is as textile similar to the starch in a single sheet of paper, from which an artists mind created me.
    So in the figurative sense of Gods name " Thow Art That Thow Art " we are all artists ! - " Ye gods "...it is written. Have you read Proverbs ? - pick up a Gideons guide, and find your creed , mine is Proverbs 18:10, The name of the Lord is a strong tower; the righteous runneth into it, and is safe. On behalf of one of my neighbors we dedicate this sponsor as an example. This is actually everyones word not just mine, we don't all have to be a sister to satisfaction or a brother to the blues, if we all had a mission statement, and sponsored our neighbors...on 2nd Chronicles 7:14 honor, praise be

  2. Dan Strauss

    What a great song, and that steel guitar. Wow.

  3. Johnny Beretta

    What a GREAT song ! Lot of folks have never heard it, sadly...

  4. countrychess

    Issued on " I am what I am " LP in 80; great song !

  5. arinvests

    Great song by George, 1st Time I have heard it ~ Arthur

  6. Wayne Farrell

    i love this song check my site out i try to sing some off this stuff

  7. countrynuno

    one of my favorites