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I don't want a fast car
Don't need a four lane highway
There's not another place i'd rather be
'cause out here in the country
Bluebirds sing for nothing
And the shade comes free with a tree
Yeah the shade comes free with a tree

The tree came with a mountain
Right beside the river where the ground makes one heck of a scene
The mountain counts for something, the view is worth a fortune
And the shade comes free with a tree
I never had a dollar that could buy me what im feelin
But im feelin bout as good as i can be
I need to be reminded when im lookin for a bargain
Not to overlook what's right infront of me

I'll never make a killing tryin to make a living
But i make enough to raise a family
I bought a piece of heaven off county road 11
Where the shade comes free with a tree
Yeah where the shade comes free with a tree

I never had a dollar that could buy me what im feeling
And im feeling bout as good as i can be
I need to be reminded when im lookin for a bargain
Not to overlook what's right infront of me

I don't want a fast car
Don't need a four lane highway
There's not another place i'd rather be
Down county road 11
There's this little piece of heaven
Where the shade comes free with a tree
Yeah where the shade comes free with a tree

Yeah the shade comes free with a tree



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