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  1. Country Girl

From the album Old Southern Soul-EP

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KIM MARTIN: Vocals, Bass Guitar
HANK LINDERMAN: Acoustic, Resonator Guitars
JOHN McFEE: Pedal Steel, Telecaster Guitars
DREW HESTER: Drums

Lyrics

COUNTRY GIRL

I was born on a Southbound Greyhound bus
Didn’t need much money, lovin’ was plenty for us
Got my Mama’s drawl, my Daddy’s rebel yell, I’m half Outlaw half Southern Belle
Just a country girl at heart if you can’t tell

That Southern charm and comforts calling me back
And I like to get un-ladylike on Jack
Steal the night away in Charlotte
You be Rhett and I’ll be Scarlett
A Southern girl knows how to get the party started

CHORUS
Take me down I’m Smokey Mountain bound
Take me down that ol’ Blue Ridge Road Where the willow know me well
In the hollow raising hell
Just a country girl at heart if you can’t tell

Where bless her little ol’ heart ain’t what it seems
And a bathtub full of gin will keep you squeaky clean
We bleed firewater where I come from That triple proof homemade rum
I’m a backwoods daughter and I roll with a shotgun

CHORUS
Take me down I’m Smokey Mountain bound
Take me down that ol’ Blue Ridge Road Where the willow know me well
In the hollow raising hell
Just a country girl at heart if you can’t tell

That Southern freight train she’s singing my song
The one that’s going, come on girl get on back home

Bout sweet as Sugar Maple and homemade brew
But stings ya like a bee on that Mountain Dew
I like good ol’ boys, pick-up trucks
Bare-footing, home-cooking, down-home love
Just some of things country girls are made of

CHORUS
Take me down I’m Smokey Mountain bound
Take me down that ol’ Blue Ridge Road
Where the willow weep for me and kin folks all you need
Just a country girl at heart if you can’t see Where the willow know me well in the hollow raising hell
Just a country girl at heart if you can’t tell


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