Can't Say I Ain't Country

Album: Can't Say I Ain't Country (2019)
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  • I wake up and get me a gas station biscuit
    Head to town, wash it down with some Mountain Dew
    I end every day, about the same way
    Clock out and go fish just to crack a few

    Chicken in a bread pan, pickin' out gulls
    And cull with some ten pound tail
    It might be hillbilly to a lot of folks
    But Lord knows I couldn't care less

    You can say I'm a redneck
    You can say you don't like my truck
    You can say that I talk and I dress all funny
    But you, you can't say I ain't country
    You can say I drink too many longnecks
    That my edges are a little too rough
    You can call me a sinner 'cause I cuss on Sunday
    But you, you can't say I ain't country

    A pondwater pool, a spinner on a spool
    A styrofoam full of tobacco spit
    I got a small town crew, we make our own rules
    I do what I do 'cause my daddy did

    And you can say I'm a redneck
    You can say you don't like my truck
    You can say that I talk and I dress all funny
    But you, you can't say I ain't country
    You can say I drink too many longnecks
    That my edges are a little too rough
    You can call me a sinner 'cause I cuss on Sunday
    But you, you can't say I ain't country

    You can say that the world's flat
    You can say we never made it to the moon
    You can say we all come from a bunch of monkeys
    But you can't say I ain't country, no

    You can say I'm a redneck
    You can say you don't like my truck
    You can say that I talk and I dress all funny
    But you, you can't say I ain't country
    You can say I drink too many longnecks
    That my edges are a little too rough
    You can call me a sinner 'cause I cuss on Sunday
    But you, you can't say I ain't country

    You can say what I'm smokin' on is kinda funky
    But you, you can't say I ain't
    You can't say I ain't country
    No you can't
    Haha
    Oh Lord, you can't say I ain't country
    That's right Writer/s: Brian Kelley, Corey Crowder, Michael Wilson Hardy, Tyler Reed Hubbard
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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