"Country Girl, City Man (Just Across the Line)" as written by Chip Taylor and Ted Daryll....
was born in New York City
I was born in Georgia
Girl you're lookin kinda pretty
Don't you think we oughta
Get to know each other better
Take the time to find out while we can
Gotta be some soul between a country girl and a city man
We could find, we could find it's groovy just to cross the line

City boy had your eggs and bacon
You were raised on cornbread
The rooster crowed while I was wakin
Bout the time I was going to bed
Bet we got a lot in common
Take the time to find out while we can
Gotta be some soul between a country girl and a city man
We could find, we could find it's groovy just to cross the line

We could find, we could find it's groovy just to cross the line
He was born in New York City
She was born in Georgia
Girl you're lookin fine
Don't you think we oughta
Get to know each other better
Take the time to find out while we can
Gotta be some soul between a country girl and a city man
We could find, we could find it's groovy just to cross the line

That man's from New York City
She's a girl from Georgia town
We could find, we could find it's groovy just to cross the line




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"Country Girl, City Man (Just Across the Line)" as written by Ted Daryll Chip Taylor

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