In the Low Country

  • Hornsby (from The Express Night Out): "It's just a song about my area, or any area in the south, where you're invaded by ticks. Some of the great pastimes: hunting, blazed orange paths, WWE, NASCAR - a southern slice of life. It's just me amusing myself. I like to have a laugh."

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