Video by Willie Wilholt
Sometimes, when I’m all alone
I think about you,
Your sundress in the rain
Other times, when I’m not alone ,
I think about you
sunshine’s through your dress
I, will never forget you, in that Sundress
Woke up Screaming tornado
realized it was just a train
she never gave no warning at all
look what my baby’s done to me
I got lone star tears on my pearl snap shirt cuz I chose the ocean breeze over tumbleweeds
It was back in February we had plans on getting married.
someone called and it was over then.
Like a left hook to my chin
Looking through the windows of my pane you could tell there was nobody home right then, case I wont let nobody in.
Chorus: Then showed up like an angel
then you showed me how to smile
and now I love, thanks to you
Through broken hearts and busted fenders I'm not sure I remember all the hell that I've been through, no one called but you
Now i see a place in my heart where I can fe
Red bird on a rose
Spread a little love
Lost and found
”You broke my heart and I broke yours too, now I’m sitting all alone at a table for two”.
Get on board the Hurt train
cuz its leaving on a tear drop
making tracks down on my face
south bound rain gonna fall
it’s cuz of you, I’m riding so low
on this Hurt train
I should had bought you flowers
I should had wrote you a song
I could had done you better
but now my glass is filled
with red emptiness.
Window panes don't rain for me this morning, let the sunshine bright into my eyes.
Hence the phrase I need you oh so badly
to make the sunshine bright into my eyes.
West Texas born, Rodney Smith has been playing the DFW/TX/OK area since 2013 with The Rodney Smith Band. He has three published albums with a forth soon to come. He was recently ranked #1 by Reverbnation.com for local Americana recording artist. Rodney has played some of more prestige’s venues in the North Texas area playing such places as, Lava Cantina, House of Blues, American Airlines Arena, Gas Monkey, Wildflower Festival, Box Garden and he recently opened for Clay Walker at the Denton County Fair. Rodney’s music has many influences including, Honky Tonk, Rock n Roll, British Pop, and Blues all put together with catchy Melodies and hooks that will keep you dancing.
Starting out, Rodney Smith did a solo Album under the name “Extremely Gringo”. On this album, he played all the instruments except on “Stacy stay out” . The next album Red Wine and Heartaches, released in 2016, was ranked #1 by Reverebnation.com for local Americana recording artist. This album is selling overseas in such places as Japan, Australia and France. Who’d imagine?
Can’t Take No! is the latest album.
Released the Summer of 2018, this album is currently getting sporatic radio play with “She’s from Texas” and “Sundress”. Stay tuned because the forth album is in the works.
I would have to say the most memerable moment was when Randy Travis came to one our shows. Randy lived in the area and had a friend who told him about our band .
I remember I was a nervous wreck, to say the least, when I saw him in the crowd. I recall glancing at the table where he and his wife, Mary, were sitting and , at that moment, I happened to catch him pumping his fist to the music with a huge smile on his face. Gotta admit, it sure felt good to get that kind of reaction from somebody of that acclaim .
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Rodney Smith Music, 18484 Preston rd. #102 DALLAS, TX 75252
Man, We never close
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