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Good Lord willing and the creek don't rise
My baby's got a song to sing
While the crickets and the train whistle harmonize
Doin' that front porch thing
Clangin' and a, bangin' out a feel-good tune
Strumming on my old 6- string
Sure can kill these country blues
Doing that front porch thing

Verse 1:
Work's been slow, money's been tight
But that's alright, honey, that's alright
Sometimes she won't, but sometimes she will
And when she do what she do, it's a doggone thrill

Chorus:
Good Lord willin and the creek don't rise
My baby's got a song to sing
While the crickets and the train whistle harmonize
Doing that front porch thing
Clangin out a, bangin out a feel good tune
Strumming on my old 6 string
Sure can kill these country blues
Doing that front porch thing

Verse 2:
Well the moon comes up, we sit down
And the chains start creekin'
Makin' swingin' sounds
Fall in love, all over again
Having so much fun, it oughta be a sin

Chorus 2x
Chorus

When we're doing that front porch thing.
When we're doing that front porch thing.
Doing that front porch thing.



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