Cat diesel power cab pulled down low,
Makin' that bacon row by row.
Can't get them muscles pumpin' iron all day,
Just from choppin' cotton, cuttin' corn and slingin' that hay.

Been heavy liftin' since the crack of dawn.
No doubt about it, that boy's country strong.

He's up in the mornin' yawnin' with them work boots on;
Workin' like hell till the dinner bell brings him on home.
Blue collar in his blood, backwoods in his bones.
No doubt about it, that boy's country strong.

He wears an old felt hat on his head
Got a saddle for a pillow and the ground for a bed.
Spurs on his heels, reigns in his hands,
Drivin' cattle, ropin' steers and burnin' his brands.

There ain't no lettin' up all day long;
No doubt about it, that boy's country strong.

He's up in the mornin' yawnin' with them Tony Lamas on
Workin' like hell till the dinner bell brings him on home.
Blue collar in his blood, backwoods in his bones,
No doubt about it, that boy's country strong.

Yeah behind every good man, there's a woman.
She's the one thing that keeps him going.

(Keeps him going yeah)

She's up in the morning yawning with that coffee pot on;
Workin' like hell till the dinner bell brings him back home.
Blue collar in her blood, backwoods in her bones,
No doubt about it, that girl's country strong.

Cowboys, plowboys, good-hearted women, they're all country strong


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