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Do you want to hear a hillbilly song
You can even cry or sing along
The music may seem sad and the words might sound all wrong
But it's me and my hillbilly song.

I was born in old Kentucky I always loved the hills
And I always sang my hillbilly songs
Sometimes folks would laugh at me and sometimes they would cry
Sometimes they clap their hands and sing along.

They say to take my music and go to Tennessee
The Grand Ole Opry that's where I belong
And though I can't believe I'd made it this record then you knew
It's me and my hillbilly song.

Do you want to hear a hillbilly song
You can even cry or sing along
The music may seem sad and the words might sound all wrong
But it's me and my hillbilly song.

--- Instrumental ---

I met a man who loved me oh at least I thought he did
But he just used me for his stepping stone
And when he didn't need me he left me all alone
A singing my hillbilly song.

Now the fiddle's sounding sad and the guitar's playing cool
And the steel is crying like I sometimes do
And if you like this kind of music and it ain't the shame to say
This song is especially for you.

Do you want to hear a hillbilly song
You can even cry or sing along
The music may seem sad and the words might sound all wrong
But it's me and my hillbilly song.

It's just me and my hillbilly song...



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