"Southern Voice" as written by Tom Douglas and Bob Dipiero....
Hank Williams sang it
Number three drove it
Chuck Berry twanged it
Will Farmer wrote it
Aretha Franklin sold it
Dolly Parton graced it
Rosa Parks rode it
Scarlett O chased it

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis
Down to Apalachicola
It's hi y'all did ya eat well
Come on in I'm
Sure glad to know ya
Don't let this old goat cross
In this Allman Brothers t-shirt throw ya
It's cicadas making noise
With the southern voice

Hank Aaron smacked it
Michael Jordan dunked it
Pocahontas tracked it
Jack Daniels drunk it
Tom Petty rocked it
Dr. King paved it
Bear Bryant won it
Billy Graham saved it

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis
Down to Apalachicola
It's hi y'all did ya eat well
Come on in I'm
Sure glad to know ya
Don't let this old goat cross
In this Crimson Tide t-shirt throw ya
It's cicadas making noise
With the southern voice

Jesus is my friend
America is my home
Sweet iced tea and Jerry Lee
Daytona Beach
That's what gets to me
I can feel it in my bones

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis
Down to Apalachicola
It's hi y'all did ya eat well
Come on in child
I'm sure glad to know ya
Don't let this old goat cross
In this Charlie Daniels t-shirt throw ya
We're just boys making noise
With the southern voice

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Southern voice
I got a southern voice
A southern voice


Lyrics submitted by dkyle_06

"Southern Voice" as written by Tom Douglas Bob Dipiero

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    General CommentIt's "Billy GRAHAM saved it"
    musicwriter125on December 08, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgood song..dont really kno a meaning tho
    lexi0498on June 19, 2010   Link
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    General CommentGoat Cross? You mean "Gold?"
    Mitragorzon February 11, 2012   Link

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