"Small Town USA" as written by Justin Moore, Brian Maher and Jeremy Stover....
A lot of people called it prison when I was growin' up
These are my roots and this is what I love

Cause everybody knows me and I know them
And I believe that's the way we were supposed to live
Wouldn't trade one single day in small town U-S-A

Give me a Saturday night my baby by my side
A little Hank Jr. and a six pack of lights
Old dirt road and I'll be just fine
Give me a Sunday morning that's full of grace
A simple life and I'll be okay
Here in small town U-S-A

Around here people break there backs just to earn a buck
We never get ahead but we have enough
I watch people leave and they come right back
I never wanted any part of that
I'm proud to say that I love this place
Good ole small town U-S-A

Give me a Saturday night my baby by my side
David Allen Coe and a six pack of lights
Old dirt road and I'll be just fine
Give me a Sunday morning that full of grace
A simple life and I'll be okay
Here in small town U-S-A
Oh yeah

I wouldn't trade one single day
I'm proud to say I love this place

Give me a Saturday night my baby by my side
Sweet home Alabama a six pack of lights
Old dirt road and I'll be just fine
Give me a Sunday morning that's full of grace
A simple life and I'll be okay
Here in small town U-S-A

Yeah, small town U-S-A


Lyrics submitted by YankeeCowboy92

"Small Town USA" as written by Brian Dean Maher Jeremy S. Stover

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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