I was born on a farm where my mom milked the cattle
A jug full'a corn was my first baby rattle
I could ride a tractor before I could ride a bike
My very first date took me to the theater
That boy's biggest dream was to grow the best tater
But I wanted to be much more than a farm hands wife
So I packed up my bag and I headed for the water
They all waved 'goodbye' to their little farmers daughter
I was settin' sail for the best time of my life
Now I'm pickin' apples
at the sistine chapel
Bailin' hay
on the Champs Elysses
I'm a country girl in every country of the world
Now I'm shuckin' corn
where Shakespeare was born
And I'm eatin' grits
at the great pyramids
I'm a country girl in every country of the world
I'm just a country girl in every country of the world


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