Just the other day
I headed into town
I was in need for a new alarm clock
That old rooster finally hit the ground

Just the other day
I had nothin' to do
So I kicked back on the cabbage front porch
And bottomed out my homemade brew

Here in Kentucky I'm doin' fine
The best kind of women and corncob moonshine
Not sayin yall yankees aint got it good
Wouldn't leave the bluegrass if I could
Cause I've got Kentucky

Don't get me wrong
We've got responsibilities
Turned into the tallest greens in my back yard
As far as the eye can see
Though I wished I could have been here back in the day
With a horse to drive just bein' alive on the trail with Jessie James

Here in Kentucky I'm doin fine
Reputations inbred but I don't mind
Paradise on earth with no shoes to wear
Might not see tomorrow but I really don't care
Cause I've got Kentucky, yeah

Here in Kentucky I'm doin fine
The best kind of women and corncob moonshine
Not sayin yall yankees aint got it good
Wouldn't leave the bluegrass if I could
Cause I've got Kentucky

Here in Kentucky I'm doin fine
The best kind of women and corncob moonshine
Not sayin yall yankees aint got it good
Wouldn't leave the bluegrass if I could
Cause I've got Kentucky

I've got Kentucky


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Kentucky Anthem song meanings
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