George Strait performs "If You Ain't Lovin' (you Ain't Livin')".

If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')" is a song written by Tommy Collins and originally recorded by country music artist Faron Young.


It was also covered by George Strait on his album If You Ain't Lovin', You Ain't Livin'. His version became his 15th number 1 single in the U.S.


George Strait's version was a chart topper in 1988, his eighth consecutive single to do so.Its chart performance on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart is unknown.

George Strait - If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin') lyrics

If you got a Cadillac boy

And a forty room shack boy

A bucket full of money

And a tree full of honey


But if you got no huggin'

No smoochin' or muggin'

Well, if you ain't lovin'

Then you ain't livin'


If you're ridin' on the gravy train

Instead of walkin' down lovers lane

You can't make hay boy

You're goin' the wrong way boy


You gotta get a little honey

It's better than money

Well, if you ain't lovin'

Then you ain't livin'


If they call you a big man

'Cause you got a lot of bottom land

If you're kin to the president

And if you help run the government


But if you get no attention

You better off on a pension

For if you ain't lovin'

Then you ain't livin'


If you got a string of long cars

And you're smoking them fourbit cigars

You ain't so well to do

Unless you get a little choochy coo


It takes a little of smackin'

Or your life is a lackin'

Well, if you ain't lovin'

Well, brother then you ain't livin'...

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