"It’s Hard To Be Humble (When You’re From Alabama)" as written by and Matthew Houck....
Baby, all these cities ain’t they all starting to look all the same
Baby, all these colors and the cars and the kids and the rain
I mean, baby. All these cities. Ain’t they all starting to look all the same.

Hear me, Alabama, I was never meant to carry no shame
Hear me, Alabama, I was never meant to carry no shame
Ah but hear me, Alabama, I can hear you when you’re calling my name

If I’m talking to you, mister then you’d best be writing down what I say
And if you’re talking to me like that,
Man you had best be quickly walking away
I ain’t came to stand here for none of this bullshit,
Man I came here to play

Hear me, Alabama, I was never meant to carry no shame
Hear me, Alabama, I was never meant to carry no shame
Ah but hear me, Alabama, I can hear you when you’re calling my name

Baby, all these cities ain’t they all starting to look all the same
Baby, all these colors and the cars and the kids and the rain
I mean, baby all these cities ain’t they all starting to look all the same
I mean, baby all these cities ain’t they all starting to look all the same
I mean, baby all these cities ain’t they all starting to look all the same
I mean, baby all these cities ain’t they all starting to look all the same


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    General Comment"If I'm talking to you Mister, then you best be writing down what I say."

    Ace line, I dig this song. The horns are catchy as all get out.
    BakeCarrotson October 24, 2010   Link

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