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Hillbillies talkin' 'bout turnip greens
Cornbread, sweetpatatos, pork and beans
Country roads farm and ranch
Drink a little creek water from the branch

We got pickup trucks chicken clucks
Happy even when we're down on our luck
We got fatback that's a fact
And if you don't know that's a country rap.

Neighbor down the roads got a cow for sale
Twenty dollars more you get the horns and tail
Saturday night we're goanna go get drunk
Something in the road smells like a skunk.

Steel guitars rowdy bars
Redneck girls and beat-up cars
We got fatback that's a fact
And if you don't know that's a country rap.

Sunday morning catch a speckled perch
Been bad all week I got to go to church
That afternoon it's all you please
Fried chicken mash patatas black-eyed peas.

Bumper sticker says lets rodeo
Find me a hunny say hay lets go
We got fatback that's a fact
And if you don't know that's a country rap.

Cowboy's talking about his quarter horse
Pig farmers talking bout his pigs of course
Sheeps and goats calf ropein' daughter
How his son sings cool cool water.

Alligator crawling round way down south
Turn me around shut my mouth
We got fatback that's a fact
And if you don't know that's a country rap.

And if you don't know that's a country rap...



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