"My South" as written by Stan Lynch and Drew Copeland....
A barbecue sandwich and a large sweet tea
Water splashing on a cypress knee
Moss that hangs from those old live oaks
The corner store with those same old folks
Get my feet back on the ground
It's always good to get back down to my South

A mile-long fence down a country road
A place to eat with no dress code
Mama Lowe's has a crowd
It's worth the wait, so come on down to my South
Yep

It's in the music, it's in the water
And I take her everywhere, yeah
Passed it down to sons and daughters
With kindness, love and care, my South
Ah

Fresh cut grass on a summer's day
And every afternoon it rains
The weather never gets me down
It's another thing I love about my South
Gonna get my feet back on the ground
It's always good to get back down to my South
Yeah, to my South
Woo


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