"Say Ho" as written by and Allen Scott Miller....
He was born in Virginia
In the Shenadoah Valley
Right about the time that this country got free
When his father died they left
Packed it up and headed west
To the hills that put the east in Tennessee
Say Ho
A man has got to make his mark
And the second british war did start
He was bored so he joined and went along
Took an arrow in the hip
A ball in the shoulder but he ever quit
Still full of fight when they finally dragged him home
Say ho
Reading Homer to some Cherokee maidens
And you know how TN is in the fall
If you’re not gonna make your dreams epic
Why bother to dream anything at all?
He met a man named Andy Jack
Who put him on the nashville map
But even then that town could piss you off
Partied hard and ran the state
Found a girl to take his name
And they still don’t know why he up and left it all
Say Ho
Never trust nobody when you’re drinking
Lest you get insulted or rolled
Drink too much you’ll pickle up your instinct
And then you cant trust anyone at all
Half mystic and half showman
Half poet and half sage
And way too stubborn to ever admit defeat
Although Texas was no state
San Jacinto was the place
That destiny was ready to be seized
Say Ho
Well Texas he created you
And three times he did save you too
And tried to help you make it on your own
You joined the union anyway
And when he thought you should stay
You turned your back on him and sent him home
SayHo
Is there anyone still left so full of honor
That you trust everything you heard?
In Texas anywhere that you may wander
Sam Houston was the man that kept his word


Lyrics submitted by TheIntimindator27

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