This Ole Boy

Album: This Ole Boy (2011)
Charted: 87
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  • She got her smile on, dog'on nothing in the world's wrong
    Rolling down a country road
    She's my shotgun rider, I'm the lucky dog beside her
    My lips are where her kisses go
    She loves when we go to the river and get in the water
    And buddy she is hotter than south Georgia in July
    Man when I'm with her I can't get enough of her
    I got to kiss her and I got to hug her
    And brother she's mine all mine

    This ole boy got it going on,
    Got the good Lord smiling on me
    Her big blue eyes and the sweet red wine
    Got me buzzin' like a bee
    She's got her pretty little head on my shoulder
    Nobody else gets to hold her
    But this ole boy

    We're in my old Ford oh Lord, holes in my floor board
    But she don't seem to mind
    We park in a hay field, fog up the windshield
    My kind of killing time
    She sweetens my tea and she butters my biscuit
    I am who I am and buddy she gets it
    I ain't gotta change a thing
    I don't know if it could get any better
    But man if it does then I reckon I better get to picking out a ring

    This ole boy got it going on,
    Got the good Lord smiling on me
    Her big blue eyes and the sweet red wine
    Got me buzzin' like a bee
    She's got her pretty little head on my shoulder
    Nobody else gets to hold her
    But this ole boy

    Yeah, this ole boy got it going on,
    Got the good Lord smiling on me
    Her big blue eyes and the sweet red wine
    Got me buzzin' like a bee
    She's got her pretty little head on my shoulder
    Nobody else gets to hold her
    But this ole boy

    Yeah this ole boy
    Nobody but this ole boy
    This ole boy Writer/s: BEN HAYSLIP, DALLAS DAVIDSON, RHETT AKINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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