I don’t go to church on Sunday
I don’t go to work on Monday
I sleep until I wake up
Whiskey in my coffee cup
And I take what the good Lord gave
That’s the shovel that digs my grave
I never really had a plan
But everybody knows where I stand
And, in all my friends I see
The same kind of crazy as me

There’s more colors than red and blue
To paint the elephant in the room
We piss and moan about that and this
Always another ass to kiss
But I believe that freedom rings
I believe in the songs we sing
I have a funny way you see
Of what the world might someday be
Why can’t they just let it be
The same kind of crazy as me

There ain’t a single thing we own
We’ll take with us when we’re gone
So I’ll just walk the earth a while
Lend a hand and leave a smile
And who knows how the whole thing ends
You can’t tell me where or when
So I’ll just pray that when I’m done
I meet the Father and the Son, and
If I’m right they’ll be
The same kind of crazy as me

There ain’t a single thing we own
We’ll take with us when we’re gone
So I’ll just walk the earth a while
Lend a hand and leave a smile
And who knows how the whole thing ends
You can’t tell me where or when
So I’ll just pray that when I’m done
I meet the Father and the Son, and
If I’m right they’ll be
The same kind of crazy as me
Same kind of crazy as me
Same kind of crazy as me
Same kind of crazy as me

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“I flew to Nashville last year and met up with Ward Davis and Greg Jones in my hotel room to write. We were sitting around, thinking about some ideas. Greg and Ward have been close friends for a long time and have written a lot of songs together. Ward and I have been friends for several years and got some good ones, too.
“I flew to Nashville last year and met up with Ward Davis and Greg Jones in my hotel room to write. We were sitting around, thinking about some ideas. Greg and Ward have been close friends for a long time and have written a lot of songs together. Ward and I have been friends for several years and got some good ones, too. Greg and I didn't know each other well at that point, but we are both two of Wards' closest friends. Ward mentioned that we were all the same kind of crazy. We were off to the races. The groove and attitude of that song say everything: I'm not going to be at church on Sunday and I don't care about your politics, but I'll damn sure help you when you need it.”

– Cody Jinks
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Written By:
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Greg Jones
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Vocals: Cody Jinks
Bass: Joshua Thompson
Lead Guitar: Chris Claridy
Steel: Austin “Hot Rod” Tripp
Drums: David Colvin
Acoustic Guitar: Drew Harakal
Release Date: October 18, 2019