"Redneck Son" as written by Randy Keith Thomas and Bob Carlisle....
Daddy worked the land every day of his life
Grandpa did too till the day that he died
Mama had a job at the Dairy Queen
She's the hardest workin' woman I ever seen

Grandpa taught me 'bout the golden rule
Daddy said he'd skin me if I dropped out of school
They taught me how to swim in a Tennessee pond

And how to throw a steer and keep my Stetson on
Well they taught me how to dance and how to have fun
I'm a redneck son of a redneck son

I was winkin' at the ladies on the day I was born
I was kissin' and huggin' at the age of four
Got my first taste of heaven on the Macadoo farm
Kissin' Marylow Macadoo behind the barn

Grandpa taught me 'bout the golden rule
Daddy said he'd skin me if I dropped out of school
They taught me how to swim in a Tennessee pond

And how to throw a steer and keep my Stetson on
Well they taught me how to dance and how to have fun
I'm a redneck son of a redneck son

I never started any trouble but I never backed down
Got a clean reputation in this dirty old town
I'm keepin' my nose where it ought to be
I never missed church so it never missed me



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"Redneck Son" as written by Randy Keith Thomas Bob Carlisle

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