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Jon Randall – In The Country lyrics

(Jon Randall, Gary Scruggs)

There's a little place I have found
Just a few miles outside of this town
Blacktop two-lane to red dirt road
We can lay back lighten out load
In the country
Yeah, yeah in the country

Say goodbye to the big city blues
Put on a smile kick off our shoes
Skinny dip in a lazy stream
Sleep like babies, live our dreams
In the country
Yeah, yeah in the country

(CHORUS)
Turn loose let it go
Let's get lost, find our souls
In the country
Yeah, yeah
A million stars when the sun goes down
Come on baby we can go to town
In the country
Yeah, yeah in the country

Plant a little kiss, love grows wild
Watch it spread for miles and miles
Just me and you, hey what do you say
Heaven's no more than a stone's throw away
In the country
Yeah, yeah in the country

(REPEAT CHORUS)

There's a little place I have found
Just a few miles outside of this town
In the country
Yeah, yeah in the country



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