Clay Walker's 'The Chain Of Love'

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Two thirds of America's teens don’t know how to change a flat tire. A song by Clay Walker called “ The Chain of love” tells the scenario of a man helping a woman by chaining a flat tire and the good deed coming around to help his family. The man is a nice fellow to stop and help a stranger when some people are selfish and keep on driving by; he only ask that the chain in love end with her. In today's society there are many people who will not hold a door or help change a flat tire, but there are a few that are proud to help and don’t care what others have to say. A lyric written by Walker says “I must have seen a hundred cars go by.” People anymore don't care what is happening around them anymore. They will just move on with their day because if someone assist the person in need they are judged. Nevertheless, people change people's lives by assuage them when they are in need. Another quote by the Singer says “If you really want to pay me back, Here's what you do, Don't let the chain of love end with you.” The man is…show more content…
Clay Walker states in the text “When the waitress went to get her change, From a hundred dollar bill, The lady slipped right out the door.”With the waitress being 8 month pregnant and still working the old lady believes that she maybe in a financial problems so she gives her the money and leaves. Immediately after, the waitress comes back to the table and she is gone she sees a note and on it is “If you really want to pay me back, Here's what you do, Don't let the chain of love end with you.” Alternatively, the singer said “she whispered soft and low everything's gonna be alright, I love you, Joe.” The waitress is the wife of the man that assisted the old woman out when she had a flat tire. Subsequently, Joe's good deed did not go unnoticed because in long run the lady did pay him, but he may not know it was

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