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June 19, 2008 by  
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what is the song called that refers to sweet home alabama?

It goes we were trying different things and we were smoking funny things singing sweet home alabama all summer long and is pretty much the same as sweet home alabama (the melody and tune) but different words its pretty popular but i CANNOT find the name!!!!!!! Thanks for the help

Kid Rock - "All Summer Long"

EDIT: lyrics:
It was 1989, my thoughts were short my hair was long
Caught somewhere between a boy and man
She was seventeen and she was far from in-between
It was summertime in Northern Michigan
Ahh Ahh Ahh
Ahh Ahh Ahh

Splashing through the sand bar
Talking by the campfire
It's the simple things in life, like when and where
We didn't have no internet
But man I never will forget
The way the moonlight shined upon her hair

And we were trying different things
We were smoking funny things
Making love out by the lake to our favorite song
Sipping whiskey out the bottle, not thinking 'bout tomorrow
Singing Sweet home Alabama all summer long
Singing Sweet home Alabama all summer long

Catching Walleye from the dock
Watching the waves roll off the rocks
She'll forever hold a spot inside my soul
We'd blister in the sun
We couldn't wait for night to come
To hit that sand and play some rock and roll

While we were trying different things
And we were smoking funny things
Making love out by the lake to our favorite song
Sipping whiskey out the bottle, not thinking 'bout tomorrow
Singing Sweet Home Alabama all summer long
Singing Sweet Home Alabama all summer long

Now nothing seems as strange as when the leaves began to change
Or how we thought those days would never end
Sometimes I'll hear that song and I'll start to sing along
And think man I'd love to see that girl again

[Repeat Chorus x2]

Singing Sweet Home Alabama all summer long
Singing Sweet Home Alabama all summer long
Singing Sweet Home Alabama all summer long
Singing Sweet Home Alabama all summer long

Home Sweet Home Office

Home Sweet Home Office

By Bonnie Joy Dewkett




For those who work at home, organizing and maintaining a home office can be a unique challenge.  After all, your kids wouldn't put toys on your desk, and your significant other wouldn’t dump the mail on your keyboard at an office.  Maintaining order and organization in your home office presents more challenges than organizing a traditional office.  Keep reading to discover 10 easy ways to keep things together so you can attain your highest level of productivity. 


  1. Invest in quality and functional furniture.  If you are trying to run a business on a piece of wood propped up with cinder blocks, chances are you aren't working as effectively as you could.  Do some research and purchase furniture that meets your business and ergonomic needs.  Consider looking into some discount or used furniture stores for ideas if you are working with a budget.
  2. Establish multiple workstations or zones.  Create an area that you can do computer work, another area for letter writing and other physical paper manipulation, and finally a station for filing and housing archival information and paperwork.
  3. Make sure your business hardware is functioning properly, clean, and accessible.  If is it extremely difficult to access your fax machine, chances are you will never use it.  Keeping all your hardware clean and out in the open will help you move about your office and perform tasks quickly and efficiently.
  4. Keep cleaning products such as a duster and multi-surface cleaner in the room.  If something needs to be cleaned, you don't have to leave the room and risk getting distracted to clean up. 
  5. Keep snacks and drinks on hand.  If possible, utilize a mini fridge in your office.  Getting thirsty or hungry during the day will lead you to leave your office for food or drink.  Again, you run the risk of getting distracted and not returning to work quickly.  Also you’ll do your best work when your body is nourished!
  6. If you are running your household finances from the same office, file all paperwork in a separate filing cabinet or a separate drawer.  Color code files to make the separation clear to everyone. 
  7. Set working hours.  Create a schedule for yourself just like you would if you had a job you had to leave the house to do to.  Make sure you family and customers know what business hours you keep. 
  8. If you haven’t already, consider using a P.O. Box to receive your business mail.  This will keep it separate from your personal bills, correspondence, and periodicals— saving you time sorting.
  9. Keep office supplies on hand.  You don't need a supply closet full like you would if you were in an office of 100 people.  Running out of printer paper, and having to stop your day to go buy more, creates a distraction.  If you don’t already, keep a list of your office supply inventory and make a single trip to replenish many items.
  10. Define your business space. Make sure the whole family knows that that is your job and they need to respect your space.  Have an inbox for any items that family members want to give you for your attention during the workday.  Most importantly, set the right example by respecting your time and work space.

About the Author

Bonnie Joy Dewkett is a professional organizer, author, and motivational speaker. Her company, The Joyful Organizer®, creates and implements organizational systems for the home or office. These changes allow her Customers to create calm from chaos at work and at home. She is a member of The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). She has published The Joyful Organizer's Guide to a Joyful Move, which is available at http://www.thejoyfulorganizer.com


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