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A Parody of "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool" (Written by Kye Flemming and Dennis Morgan, recorded by Barbara Mandrell)
New lyrical adaptation by Cledus. T. Judd and Christopher Clark

(recording)
Track 2 "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Pop"
Featuring the "Possum", George Jones.
Parody of Barbara Mandrell's "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool"
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I remember hearing LeAnn Rimes
When she sang blue what sounded like Patsy Cline
And I remember that Oo SheDaisy
But don't they sound a lot like Destiny's Child
Now Michael Bolton's on the Opry
And they've turned me down again
And man that really hurts me a lot
Cause I was country when country wasn't pop

I remember "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
Back when radio would play George Jones
You never hear Family Tradition
Or all of those killer songs Bocephus wrote
And I ain't heard twin fiddlin' since I don't know when
Now it's more like Britney Spears than it is Loretter Lynn
I was country when country wasn't pop

Yeah I was country when country wasn't pop
Yeah I was country way before Kid Rock
Now every act sounds the same
This crossin over's got to stop
Yeah...I was country when country wasn't pop

Well they sound like Smashing Pupmkins
In a pair of cowboy boots
They's about as country as Huey Lewis and the News
I was country when country wasn't pop
Yeah...I was country when country when country wasn't pop
I was country and I'm still proud of David Baugh

It's a shame
Shania Twain
Is mixin Rock and roll and funky hip hop
'Cause I was country when country wasn't pop
Here...I was country when Barbara Mandrell was really hot



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