"California Girls" as written by Mike E. Love and Brian Douglas Wilson....
I ain't neve had a problem with California
There's a lot of good women from Sacramento to Carona
But them Hollywood types after a while wearon ya
Struttin' around in their size zeros
Skinny little girls no meat on their bones
Never even heard of George Jones

[Chorus:]
Ain't you glad we ain't all California girls
Ain't you glad you glad there's still a few of us left.
That know how to rock your world
Ain't afraid to eat fried chicken and dirty dance to Merle
Ain't you glad we ain't all California girls

There ain't nothing wrong with plastic surgery
Well Dolly Parton never looked so good to me
Everybody ought to be exactly who they want to be
But that Paris Hilton Gets under my skin
With her big fake smile and and her painted on tan
She'd never have a chance at a real man

[Chorus: x2]

Ain't you glad we ain't all California girls.


Lyrics submitted by zacster

"California Girls" as written by Gretchen Frances N Wilson John D. Rich

Lyrics © Roba Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC

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    General CommentI love this song. To me, it means that not all girls are materialistic, preppy..ect. [no offense to anyone here of course.] It's a song about "redneck girls" getting "California Girls" out of the scene.
    appletreexon February 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGretchen Wilson is just jealous...XD

    I like how 'California' now suddenly means 'L.A.', one of the trashiest places in the entire state.
    anincurablehumaniston May 29, 2007   Link
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    General Commentcarona is supposed to corona
    dSc00bon August 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI've spent a lot of time in some trashy Texas country bars. I've never seen a girl dirty dance to Merle... that's just weird.
    raiderroadtrip00on September 01, 2009   Link

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