Made on McCosh Mill Road

Album: Yet to be Titled (2014)
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  • I'm talking 'bout a cold bear, talking 'bout a hot country girl
    I'm talking 'bout John dear, I'm talking 'bout my big cousin Earl
    See I was made on my cas middle road
    Where the rowdy fox come from
    And if they ask you can tell 'em we drinking, we smoking
    We'll do pretty much, anything but run

    The graving line at the baring line
    I was made of the Jordan side
    Find a whole more in your pants
    Find a shine, find a bill for that type of '
    Find you kind, you chop down and compress top the address of a better sound
    But come to me, we get the deal
    Gonna pop that chop off is sweet that, we get the meal
    Me and mom get turn off
    That wood part get burgh up
    Hottest hill but it's feel all like
    Having me sure it does
    Anybody just anybody plus no body that's everybody
    Knows about that meal dog
    Dead crows is dead around it, to be as cold and get women around
    We came to have a good time tonight
    But disrespect might get to hot

    I'm talking 'bout a cold bear, talking 'bout a hot country girl
    I'm talking 'bout John dear, I'm talking 'bout my big cousin Earl
    See I was made on my cas middle road
    Where the rowdy fox come from
    And if they ask you can tell 'em we drinking, we smoking
    We'll do pretty much, anything but run

    I got my bear, bitch it's still like a mean night
    Moon light my road is '
    That's how we living that real life
    Chevrolets and 'up about that gravel
    It feels still with that mind like hell
    But a bumper does not devil
    Just drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke
    Maybe do what anybody do
    Man what did you think, my flow was a joke
    Now buddy that must be you
    Got met on the grill, the music is loud, we have American veil
    In case they forgot this is my car get, tell 'em again
    We party like anybody just talk about how they party
    Take a wick of that pow water just to get my day started
    Born here, was made here and I'mma stay here I'mma beat bear
    Right on there on top of the hill'on cemetery

    I'm talking 'bout a cold bear, talking 'bout a hot country girl
    I'm talking 'bout John dear, I'm talking 'bout my big cousin Earl
    See I was made on my cas middle road
    Where the rowdy fox come from
    And if they ask you can tell 'em we drinking, we smoking
    We'll do pretty much, anything but run

    I'm talking 'bout a cold bear, talking 'bout a hot country girl
    I'm talking 'bout John dear, I'm talking 'bout my big cousin Earl
    See I was made on my cas middle road
    Where the rowdy fox come from
    And if they ask you can tell 'em we drinking, we smoking
    We'll do pretty much, anything but run Writer/s: Andy Mathis, Daniel Alexander, Jared Ryan Sciullo, Justin Nicholas Spillner, Mike Louis Fiorentino
    Publisher: ASSET DISTRIBUTION, LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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