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Let's put the O back in country
Well, I'm rollin' like a freight train
Comin' straight at you
Playin' hillbilly music
Like I was born to do
You know that ain't country music
You been listenin' to

Chorus:
So are you ready for the country
Are you ready for me
Better get ready for the country
Ain't I a sight to see
You know there ain't no soul on the radio
Let's put the O back in country

Pickin' easy listenin'
Ain't what I do best
But they say in country music
It's either hit or miss
Well, if you're talkin' 'bout record sales
You can soundscan this

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You take a little country and a little rock and roll
A little Neil Young and a little George Jones
A little Merle Haggard and a little bit of the Stones
Add a little Cash and a whole lotta Waylon

Are you ready for the for the country
Are you ready for me
Yeah, better get ready for the country
Ready for me
Yeah, are you ready for the country
Are you ready for me
Better get ready for the country
Ain't I a sight to see
Yeah, you know we need a little sould on the radio
Let's put the O back in country



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