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Gonna Come Back As A Country Song lyrics

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Alan Jackson – Gonna Come Back As A Country Song lyrics

Let me just say for the sake of conversation
If it's hard to think as reincarnation
But don't you go crying for me when I'm gone
Told them I'm gonna come back as a country song

Chorus:
I'll be playing all night in every hunky town bar
In the middle of a fiddle and a steel guitar
I'm hoping when the good lord calls me home
I'm gonna come back as a country song.

I don't have to... Heaven and me
Watching the... For eternity!
So go ahead and put it on my headstone
Yeah, I'm gonna come back as a country song

Chorus:
I'll be playing all night in every hunky town bar
In the middle of a fiddle and a steel guitar
I'm hoping when the good lord calls me home
I'm gonna come back as a country song.

So here I am... Tonight
And I'm practicing for the after life
Cause when I'm nothing but a pile of bones
I'm gonna come back as a country song.

Chorus:
I'll be playing all night in every hunky town bar
In the middle of a fiddle and a steel guitar
I'm hoping when the good lord calls me home
I'm gonna come back as a country song



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