After the years that I have been growing up, this song has always stuck with me. It may not be the lyrics, but I do like the melody and tune. Even after all these years, I will still turn this song on in my car and "jam" to it.
This song takes me back to my Junior High days. For our 8th grade basketball games, the coach let us pick music for the games. This was the very first song that played whenever we ran out for the games.
Oddly enough, I know exactly the first time that I heard this song. My Parents and I were on our way to a football game in Farmington. We were going to watch the Trojans play the Farmers. My dad played this song and for some reason I really enjoyed it. I can still sing every word in this song.
I'm not really sure when I heard this song, but I have been able to sing it ever since I was young. This song just reminds me of my grandparents. They loved Alabama and so do I.
In my younger years when I was about the age of 5, my dad played this song for me and I loved it. Ever since, I have been hooked and I will forever love to sing this song.
The reason that I picked this song was because my freshmen year when I played football, the seniors had a soundtrack and this played over and over. The song played almost a little too much. But all in all, I still enjoy to listen to this song.
When I was around the age of 3, Mcdonalds came out with their own CD of songs. Hey Ya by Outkast was one of the songs on that CD. I really loved the song and I can remember blasting the song in my car with my parents.
The reason that I picked "I loved This Bar" by Toby Keith is because when I was under the age of 5, every time I went over to my grandma's house we would listen to it. Everywhere we went, I would put this song on repeat. Eventually my grandma got tired of the song, but she would still play it for me every time.