"Cuntry Boys and City Girls" as written by and John Lawler....
I said I don't get out too much I said
She said you said I said two times instead
I said oh please please please no,
You're just not funny ya know
So stick around here for a week or three or four
I passed out one time by your door
It was twenty to four though I just can't be sure

Cinderella Cinderella she´s my very kind of fella
Part right half wrong oh you know it won't be too long
And oh you know we country boy
Are only after sex and noise
Take me shake me I'm a real mess oh yes
I love the way you city girls dress
Even though your head's in a mess

Well it was some king of house some kind of road
With some kind of peculiar dress code
All the boys had no style not one girl did she smile
I said your making me itch she said I don´t
I said I'll try my best she said I know that you won't
Now it's time to go home while I was chewing her bone

Baby doll baby doll climbing on the bedroom wall
Got no real friends at all maybe she's a mother or two
But I think she's into you
Take me home take me home
Call my mother on the phone
Ella was her name when I left but now she is Rose
Got no fingers or toes lost them
Everywhere that she goes, now

Lost them everywhere that she goes now
Lost them everywhere that she goes now
Lost them everywhere that she goes now
Lost them everywhere that she goes now

Cinderella Cinderella she's my very kind of fella
Part right half wrong oh you know it won´t be too long
And oh you know we country boy
Are only after sex and noise
Take me shake me I'm a real mess oh yes
I love the way you city girls dress
Even though your head's in a mess

Baby doll baby doll climbing on the bedroom wall
Got no real friends at all maybe she's a mother or two
But I think she's into you
Take me home take me home
Call my mother on the phone
Ella was her name when I left but now she is Rose
Got no fingers or toes lost them
Everywhere that she goes, now


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"Cuntry Boys & City Girls" as written by John Lawler

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  • +1
    General CommentIf you've ever been a "city (city, suburbs) girl" and found yourself visiting a small town, this song is even funnier because it's true! Some country boys will just mess with a half decent city girl simply because she's from the outside world.

    I don't understand all of the lyrics and what they mean, so if someone wants to interpret them...

    By the way, the correct lyrics are
    "Maybe she's a mother of two
    But boy I think she's into you!"
    The Vinyl Queenon February 18, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentDoes anyone else think the intro sounds a bit like the Heartbeat theme tune?
    Riffs>Soloson February 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNo comments? Shocking! Anyway this song is a great one...
    ePilgrimageon September 17, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLoving the way they spell Cuntry ;-)
    maglobon September 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAbsolute fantastic tune! Best one on the Album in my opinion, the way it kicks into the chorus is great!
    itsonlymeon October 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti heard it was about mince!!! :S!!! lol
    w.a.s_rockon December 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentlove it :D
    ..Becci..on January 01, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthahaha you said that twice coz ur a wanker
    an it dose sound abit like the heartbeat tune, tiz a awsum song an soz the heartbeat one

    prik head
    the commanderon April 01, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentno, it is very heartbeat in the intro!
    and i'm a city girl, the c(o)untryboys all seem a bit backward to me whenever i go to visit family there...
    *star*girl*on May 17, 2008   Link
  • -1
    General Commentdoes anyone else think u watch too much heartbeat to know that
    and no it doesnt tit
    northyon February 21, 2007   Link

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