Chicks, Trucks, and Beer

Album: Redneck Crazy (2013)
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  • Map dots, parking lots
    Honky-tonks, fields, and back roads
    They come alive on Friday nights
    Don't shut down 'til that rooster crows

    It's just some rural route rockin'
    I don't ever see it stopping
    Got them good old boys hoppin' oh yeah
    And they're spending every dollar
    Make 'em hoop, and make 'em holler, woo hoo
    It's how we do it up in here
    Chicks, trucks, and beer

    Tan lines, straight pipes
    Longneck bottles iced down
    That's all you need
    That's the recipe to do it up big in a little town

    It's just some rural route rockin'
    I don't ever see it stopping
    Got them good old boys hoppin' oh yeah
    And they're spending every dollar
    Make 'em hoop, and make 'em holler, woo hoo
    It's how we do it up in here
    Chicks, trucks, and beer

    Colt ford, tell 'em how we roll
    Short skirts, chrome, and dirt
    Long legs, pony kegs
    Loving on a tailgate
    Friday night, I can't wait

    It's just some rural route rockin'
    I don't ever see it stopping
    Got them good old boys hoppin' oh yeah
    And they're spending every dollar
    Make 'em hoop, and make 'em holler, woo hoo
    It's how we do it up in here
    Chicks, trucks, and beer
    Chicks, trucks, and beer

    If you get the chicks, then you got the trucks
    And you got beer, then you got others
    You can't have fear son, if you want speed
    Now where we come from this is all we need
    Them chicks, trucks, and beer
    It's how we do around here every night
    Chicks , trucks and beer
    We keep it country, but we keep it real tight
    Chicks, trucks, and beer
    That's all we know
    Chicks, trucks, and beer
    Come on, Farr, let's take it down the dirt road
    Ice cold beer, come on
    They done let country come to town, y'all
    Or maybe town came to country
    CTB Writer/s: CRAIG WISEMAN, RHETT AKINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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