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Lee Brice - Drinking Class


The video, like the song, pays homage to blue-collar workers all over the country. While scenes flash of various laborers, including a welder, a cook and a truck driver, Brice sings, "I'm a member of a good-timing crowd / We get rowdy, we get wild and loud / If you gotta, gotta label me, label me proud / I belong to the drinking class / Monday through Friday, man we bust our backs / If you're one of us, raise your glass / I belong to the drinking class."




Lee Brice - Drinking Class



Including lyrics like "We're up when the rooster crows / Clock in when the whistle blows / Eight hours ticking slow / And then tomorrow we'll do it all over again ... I belong to the drinking class / Monday through Friday, man we bust our backs / If you're one of us, raise your glass / I belong to the drinking class," the song is a sharp departure from the record's first single, the album's title track. But while the singer-songwriter tried to make the subject matter of the tunes for the upcoming project diverse, he also tried to make the songs sonically different as well.


An article on The Guardian website details the alcoholic content of recent country music songs. Sure, country music has always tended to have a pretty high proof. Singers like George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and Hank Williams, Jr. serenaded us about their lives, their problems, and their drinking. 041b061a72


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