"Small Town Girl" as written by Christopher Marsh Lindsey, Aimee Mayo and Kellie Pickler....
I grew up where I could see the stars
Drinkin sweet tea from a Mason jar
Dogwood trees like leaves through the pine
People on the porch watchin fireflies
And drivin ‘round the Wal-Mart on a Friday night

I’m just a small town girl
And that’s all I’ll ever be
I’m just a small town girl
Hey, that’s alright with me

I’d rather be fishin with grandpa on the lake
Then gettin all glammed up,
Fake eyelashes on my face
Cut-off jeans and an old ball cap
A town so small you don’t need a map
That’s where I’m from and there ain’t no changing me

I’m just a small town girl
And that’s all I’ll ever be
I’m just a small town girl
Hey, that’s alright with me

I’d rather ride in a Chevy truck than a Ferrari
Give me a cheeseburger
I ain’t eatin no calamari

I’m just a small town girl
And that’s all I’ll ever be
I’m just a small town girl
Hey, that’s alright with me

Coca-cola and apple pie
Dirt roads and old clothes lines
Familiar faces and dandelion bracelets
You never meet a stranger
And everybody helps out
Soft green grass, Sunday school and wild flowers
Drivin
Drivin
Drivin
Drivin around

I’m just a small town girl
I’m just a small town girl
I’m just a small town girl
I’m just a small town girl


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    General CommentThis song is so great!!!! I am from North Carolina just like Kellie. This just reminds me of home. Let me just say, I have been to Albemarle. I do not think she was putting on an act on the show. haha my best friend is from Troy, which is right next to it and even smaller.
    SweetSailingon February 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is another of my favorite songs. I live in a sort of small town and I LOVE it. I like how I feel I can relate to this song. Its awesome.
    teardrp92on June 19, 2007   Link

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