Album: Suffer in Peace (2015)
  • We come from Eastabuchie, Booger, Hooker, Possum Knuckle, Bug
    And Grinder's Switch
    We hoop and holler when old Charlie Daniels calls that devil
    Son of a bitch
    Yeah we plow it, nail it, bail it, then hightail it to town
    We spend our payday on them ladies and them long-necked rounds
    We gonna live out past the limits 'til the day that we die
    We're from the banjo chicken-pluckin' double-clutchin' C.O.U.N.T.R.Y

    We like them shiny silver buckle, straight tequila
    Wrangler-knuckle Barbie dolls
    We got them bait and tackle, barbecutie booty-tannin' one-stop shoppin' malls
    We like our Beech-Nut long cut, Truck Nutz hangin' off of the hitch
    We whiskey shoot it, scoot it, Fridays when we're hillbilly rich
    Charlotte's brother's on the sofa eatin' chocolate pie
    Out in the deer and dirt road-ruttin', corn row-cuttin' C.O.U.N.T.R.Y

    We love our guns, our God, our Jesus, pledge allegiance, too
    We bleed in John Deere green, red and white and blue
    Screw politically correct, we gonna let it fly
    Out in the get-it-good-and-stuck and mother-truckin' C.O.U.N.T.R.Y
    Publisher: ROUND HILL MUSIC
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