1. Frankie Ballard "Helluva Life" 03/26/14

Frankie Ballard "Helluva Life" 03/26/14

Frankie Ballard performs a track from his album Sunshine & Whiskey.

Transcript:

CONAN: Please welcome Frankie Ballard!
[APPLAUSE]
BAND:
>> Saturday night and a six-pack, girl, big star shining on a small town world  It's a helluva life, it's a helluva life  Kc lights on a dirt road dance, you take that kiss just as far as you can  It's a helluva life, it's a helluva life  And pennies make dimes and dimes make dollars, dollars buy gas and longneck bottles beer gets a barefoot country girl swaying to a song that's playing on the radio station.
Bad times make the good times better, look in her eyes and you're gone forever bad times make the good times better, look in her eyes and you're gone forever  It's a helluva life, it's a helluva life  Well, we all have faith and we all have hope, but we're all a little lost in the same damn boat  It's a helluva life, it's a helluva life  Something about the night girl when you got right girl sitting right beside you looking at the sky girl thinking about why we're here and where we're going, baby here we are and all I know is and pennies make dimes and dimes make dollars, dollars buy gas and longneck bottles  Beer gets a barefoot country girl swaying to a song that's playing on the radio station  Bad times make the good times better, look in her eyes and you're gone forever  It's a helluva life, it's a helluva life  Something about the night girl when you got right girl sitting right beside you looking at the sky girl  Thinking about why we're here and where we're going, baby here we are and all I know is  And pennies make dimes and dimes make dollars, dollars buy gas and longneck bottles  Beer gets a barefoot country girl swaying to a song that's playing on the radio station  Bad times make the good times better, look in her eyes and you're gone forever  On a heavenly ride, oh it's a helluva ride, it's a helluva life, it's a helluva life it's a helluva life, that's right.
Yeah!
[APPLAUSE]
FRANKIE: Thank you.
CONAN: Very nice job.
Frankie Ballard, ladies and gentlemen.