Well the grass grows greener down south
And the tea is sweeter down south
The girls are tanner
Down in lower Alabama
And we got them Georgia peaches down south
Way down south

They're brewin' white lightnin' down south
And the fish they're always bitin' down south
The joints are jukin'
And the soul food's cookin'
We get down on some grits down south
Down south

Please play Dixie when I die
Lay me down beneath that Mason Dixon Line

We drink from Dixie cups down south
And we'll sure jack up a truck down south
Football's a religion
Momma's always in the kitchen
That's just the way it is down south
Way down south

Well we got them crazy Cajuns down south
Don't you feed them alligators down south
You better watch your mouth
When a woman comes around
We love our Southern belles down south

Please play Dixie when I die
Lay me down neath that big ol' Georgia Pine

I was born and raised down south
And I'm sure enough gonna stay down south
So write my name in stone
When you bury all my bones
I'm gonna rest in peace down south
Down south

Down south (down south)
Down south (down south)
Hell Elvis is alive down south
Down south (down south)
Down south (down south)
The (Florida band is?) still rockin' down south
Down south (down south)
Down south (down south)
Yeah cotton is king down south
Down south (down south)
Down south (down south)
Hell country music was born down south
Down south (down south)
Way on down south (down south)
Yeah them guitars are ringin' way down south
Oh Hank Jr he's a singin' down south
Yeah


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