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Well I'm spoken for, I a got a ball and chain
I even gave her my last name
She's my anchor, she takes the wind out of my sails
Can't move MY trailer cause she SOLD the wheels
She's my plus one, you can do the math
Top to bottom there's no better half

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And I love that pretty little country girl
She's what's rockin' this redneck's world
She's the welcome mat to my home sweet home
She takes me as I am & loves me like she wants to
Twists my heart up just like a corkscrew
Makes me smile, as I make her scream
Just a couple of kids livin' the double-wide dream

She likes to cuss & fight & she can drink all night
& she can roll one up till I'm feelin' right
She drives a truck with swampers and rims
& an Alpine pumping through Kicker tens
She dips snuff & she don't spit
Never OWNED A BRA AND HER SHIRTS DON'T FIT
Chorus

Guns & dirt roads, cowboy boots & old blue jeans
She ain't no uptown hussy
She's my down home trailer queen

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  • U
    UnregisteredOct 30, 2011 at 1:00 am
    Umm your lyrics are wrong.
    Its "cant move my trailer cuz she sold the wheels"
    And "never owned a bra and her shirts dont fit"

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