This is country Country Count- (one, two, three, four)
Souped up, jacked up, turn it up, feel the love Trucker hat, western snap, Wrangler jeans, Skoal In a field, on a boat, on a farm, and a goat Ride 'em ride 'em hometown, homegrown, this my home This my town, country country yes sirree, backroad Backwoods, bonfire, I'm on fire, firecracker Fourth of July, white t-shirt, apple pie, barefoot Bigfoot, bushy beard, here comes the hook
Whoa whoa, yee-haw! Whoa whoa Country
Turn it on, get it on, bring it on, Les Poissons Git 'er done, hot dog buns, Chevrolet, anti-gay On a beach, up the holler, 'nother song, good dollar Cowboy, that's my name, blue jeans, tight jeans Holey jeans, cutoff jeans, jeans, jeans, jeans, jeans Dashboard, dry humpin', Hank thumpin', country bumpkin Country boy, country girl, thank God I'm a country boy Long-haired country boy and I'm out here in the country Whoo, we're keepin' it country! (two, seven, four, nine)
Whoa whoa, yee-haw! Whoa whoa (catfish)
There used to be a place downtown Where they threw nut shells on the floor But they cleaned up and went corporate And now I don't go there no more My mama bartended that place When it was a dive and alive But they sold it out to retire And chase that American Pie Now we got no Hank and Johnny No Waylon playin', Dwight Yoakam on radio Just a crazy load of these country posers I suppose a couple are real But they'll never make it So thank God for Sturgill Simpson 'cause Music Row can fuckin' save it But I'm fuckin' gettin' it son A hollow tip followin' jumps through Tennessee with the remedy, You should be gettin' some Or Juda Jennings, a new beginning A rude awakening for you who fakin' the music industry out
Whoa whoa Whoa whoa Whoa whoa Whoa whoa Whoa whoa Whoa whoa Country Oh, count-country Yeah and fishin' Fishin' Yee-haw!
Writer/s: Angaleena Presley, Michael Atha
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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"Whole Lotta Love" was Led Zeppelin's only US Top 10 hit, charting at #4. Many of their songs, including "Stairway To Heaven," were not released as singles, as it was considered bad form in England to make people pay for singles that were on albums.