Toby Keith's Songs for the Working Class

Who's Your Daddy

With its catchy rhythm and playful lyrics, this song celebrates the blue-collar work ethic and the satisfaction of a job well done.

Beer for My Horses

A collaboration with Willie Nelson, this song pays homage to the hardworking spirit of the American cowboy, offering a toast to those who toil under the sun.

I Love This Bar

Set in a local watering hole, this song celebrates the camaraderie and sense of community found in the neighborhood bar, serving as a sanctuary for the working class.

As Good as I Once

Reflecting on the passage of time and the wear and tear of everyday life, this song humorously acknowledges the resilience of the working-class hero.

Made in America

Celebrating American-made products and the pride of craftsmanship, this song pays tribute to the hardworking men and women who keep the country running.

God Love Her

This song tells the story of a hardworking woman who finds solace and strength in her faith, resonating with many working-class individuals who rely on their beliefs to navigate life's challenges.

High Maintenance

With its tongue-in-cheek lyrics, this song humorously depicts the trials and tribulations of dealing with a demanding partner, offering a lighthearted take on the struggles of relationships amidst the daily grind.

Red Solo Cup

An ode to the quintessential party staple, this song celebrates the simple pleasures of life, offering a moment of levity and escapism for hardworking individuals looking to unwind.

Get Drunk 

This anthemic track encourages listeners to let loose and embrace their inner wild side, providing a temporary escape from the pressures of the daily grind.

American Ride

Through a series of vignettes depicting various aspects of American life, this song celebrates the resilience, diversity, and spirit of the working-class people who make the country great.