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Well, the moon just came over the tree tops
And the whipper wheel started to sing
So I slipped down the hill, got into the still
And drank 'til my ears started to ring

I followed a trail to through the hollow
To a shack back in the woods
It's my eighteenth birthday, honey come out and play
It's time we got up to no good

Now I ain't afraid to be lonely
But I still wanna learn about love
I'm a hillbilly child raised in the wild
Come lay down on my bare skin rug

My dress is torn up and tattered
My daddy left a long time ago
And my hair just hangs down, I never made it to town
Momma said that's where bad people go

But me and my sister been talkin'
She's eighteen one year older than me
She laid down with a man
I want to understand what she says I'll never believe

'Cause I ain't afraid to be lonely
But I still wanna learn about love
I'm a hillbilly child, been raised in the wild
Lay me down on your bare skin rug

Now I need a woman and I need a man
We ain't got nobody and we ain't even kin

So I ain't afraid to be lonely
But I still wanna learn about love
I'm a hillbilly child, been raised in the wild
Lay me down on your bare skin rug
Come lay down on my bare skin



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