"Dry County Girl" as written by Marcus Hummon and Chuck Jones....
A tall drink of water in a cotton dress
That preacher's daughter, she sure is blessed
As sunlight passes through the fabric so soft
You can imagine what goes through my thoughts
She says they'll be a time for all of that
When my dress is white and your suit is black

There's so many fish in the sea
And I know it's a great big world
But I couldn't help but fall in love so hard
For my dry county girl
For my dry county girl, yeah

It's widely known that I have my flaws
While she's the Joan of Arkansas
Her lips won't touch the demon wine
But her eyes are full of pure moonshine
And I get drunk just holding her hand
I get high thinking I could be her man


For my dry county girl
Lord, I fell so hard
For my dry county girl
For my dry county girl, yeah
Yeah, talking about my... [Fade]

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"Dry County Girl" as written by Marcus Hummon Chuck Jones

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    General CommentDamn this is a good song. Its just talkin about bein in love and in my opinion not needing to have a physical relationship so much because he is just so happy to be with her. Its refreshing to have that kind of an idea in music
    SouthernCowboy24on December 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think it refers to many things. For one like SouthernCowboy24 said that it's the emotional value that holds the highest standard and one we seem to be forgetting.

    I also admire the girl he describes: strong, noble and I love the line "her lips don't touch the demon wine but her eyes are full of pure moonshine" cuz it's so hard to find a girl like that. A girl not corrupted like the girls growing up today with their cell phones are parties and etc. She's a pure girl who makes you just sigh in joy.
    lavaboy24on February 24, 2011   Link

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