"Born Country" as written by Byron Hill and John Schweers....
Clear creeks
And cool mountain mornings
Honest work out in the field
Corn bread
In my mama's kitchen
Daddy saying grace before the meal
Family ties run deep in this land
And I'm never very far from what I am

I was born country, and that's what I'll always be
Like the rivers and the woodlands, wild and free
I got a hundred years of down home running through my blood
I was born country, and this country's what I love

Moonlight and you here beside me
Crickets serenading in the yard
What more could two people ask for
Laying here in love beneath the stars
Now this is where I wanna raise my kids
Just the way my mom and daddy did

I was born country, and that's what I'll always be
Like the rivers and the woodlands, wild and free
I got a hundred years of down home running through my blood
I was born country, and this country's what I love

I was born country, and that's what I'll always be
Like the rivers and the woodlands, wild and free
I got a hundred years of down home running through my blood
I was born country
And this country's what I love
I was born country


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"Born Country" as written by John Schweers Byron Hill

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    General CommentPretty cut and dry what it means (I was born country and that's what I'll always be . . .) Kind of reminds me of my family and the town I live in before it started, ah, expanding. I love it.
    loser_1992on August 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song kind of reminds me of growing up in my little hometown. The part that I like best is "I've got a hundred years of down home runnin' through my blood" because I can relate. My family has been in my hometown before it was a town, which was 100+ years ago.
    redpeach91on February 16, 2008   Link

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