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Alabama Kinda Girl lyrics

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Summerlyn Powers – Alabama Kinda Girl lyrics

Sweet tea drinking, country singing
Wildflower pickin’ kinda girl
I’m a cut-off wearing, never caught swearing
Bareback ridin’ kinda girl

Chorus:
Pretty in pink and dangerous in camo
Daddy’s sharp-shooter and Mama’s little angel
Four-wheel ridin’, southern belle, bless her heart
Alabama kinda girl

Barefoot runnin’, gulf coast sunnin’
Tractor ridin’ kinda girl
I’m a choir singing, Bible reading
Thank the Lord I’m that kinda girl

Repeat chorus

They aren’t from down here if they didn’t say God bless ya
You know you’re always welcome and you’ll never be a stranger

Chorus ii

‘Cause we’re all pretty in pink and dangerous in camo
Daddy’s sharp-shooters and Mama’s little angels
Four-wheel ridin’, southern belles, bless your heart
Alabama kinda girls

Chorus:
Pretty in pink and dangerous in camo
Daddy’s sharp-shooter and Mama’s little angel
Four-wheel ridin’, southern belle
Alabama kinda girl

Thank the Lord I’m that kinda girl



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