"In The Country" as written by and Bill Danoff John Denver....
I was born in the country
Far away from city lights
Where the air is sweeter
Where I feel I feel alright
In the country I was born and raised
In the country, yeah
In the country
That's where I'm gonna stay
In the country

Yeah
Come on rosin up the bow
We'll party 'till the rooster crows
Gonna walk down a dirt road
Gonna work 'till I am done
I'm not sure where I'm goin'
But lord I know
Where I am from I'm from the country
I was born and raised
In the country, yeah
In the country
That's where I'm gonna stay
In the country

Yeah
Ain't no place I'd rather be
Than right here in the country
That's where I'll find my lover
That's where my children will be born
It's where I'm close to heaven

Yeah
In the country I was born and raised
In the country, yeah
In the country
That's where I'm gonna stay
In the country

Yeah
In the country I was born and raised
In the country, yeah
In the country
That's where I'm gonna stay
In the country

Yeah
Come on rosin up the bow
We'll party 'till the rooster crows
Ain't no place I'd rather be
Than right
Here in the country
Lets go, go
To the country
Lets go, go
Lets go, go
To the country
Lets go, go

Come on down to my place
We'll party 'till the rooster crows
Ain't no place I'd rather be
Than right here in the country
Baby won't you pass the gravy please
Won't you please pass the gravy


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    General CommentBaby won't you pass the gravy please
    it means that he wants us all to throw instant gravy packages on stage when he sings. Ok so maybe it doesn't...but we do anyways
    lake_acidon May 09, 2004   Link

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