"I'm From the Country" as written by and Richard Young Marty Brown....
Way back up in the country
Back in the hills
And Out on the flats where the folks are real
Living with the crazies down an old dirt track
With Four wheel drives and battered old hats
That’s where I’m from and I’m proud to say

We’re from the Country and we like it that way

Everybody knows everybody
Everybody calls you mate
You don’t need an invitation
Kick off your boots and come on in
Yeah we know how to work and we know how to play

We’re from the Country and we like it that way

All day long we work in the heat
Bring it on home to a home cooked meal
We love you like Sunday, treat you like Saturday night
That’s right
When the beds get full we can roll in the hay

We’re from the Country and we like it that way

Everybody knows everybody
Everybody calls you mate
You don’t need an invitation
Kick off your boots and come on in
Yeah we know how to work and we know how to play

We’re from the Country and we like it that way

Everybody knows everybody
Everybody calls you mate
You don’t need an invitation
Kick off your boots and come on in
Yeah we know how to work and we know how to play

We’re from the Country woo
We’re from the Country hey
We’re from the Country and we like it that way


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