"You Can Thank Dixie" as written by Joshua Ryan Owen, Jimmy Ritchey and Kendall Marvel....
If you ever ate a peach
From down in Georgia
Or just like me
Your a die-hard Earnhardt fan
An if you ever had a sip
Of ol' Jack Daniels
Or raised your glass
To sweet home Alabama

Then you can Thank Dixie
You can Thank Dixie for that

If you ever got a wiff
Of orange blossoms in the wind
When they start to blooming in the spring
An if you like your catfish fried
With butter grits there on the side
And swear that boy from memphis
Hes still the king

Then you can Thank Dixie
You can Thank Dixie for that

And if you ever held
One of them pretty lil' southern belles
Then you know what were talking bout y'all
An if you like the way we say
Yes sir an yes mam
An the way we sing our songs with a southern drawl

Then you can Thank Dixie
You can Thank Dixie for that
You can Thank Dixie
Y'all can Thank Dixie for that


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"You Can Thank Dixie" as written by Joshua Ryan Owen Jimmy Ritchey

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