"Raise the Barn" as written by Monty Powell and Keith Lionel Urban....
Well, there ain''t no strangers when you're
Swingin' a hammer side-by-side, oh
Yeah, we had a little setback
But ain't nothin' gonna stop this southern pride, no, no

So heave-ho, let's pull together now, boys
Once again this town's gonna make some noise

[Chorus]
We'll be square-dancin', toe-tappin'
We'll be kickin' up our heels to the Cotton-Eyed Joe
Music and laughter, gonna raise the rafters
A little boot-slidin' across the floor
Do a little hand-holdin', hay-rollin'
Strollin' with your honey by your side
Dixie cups and paper plates
Fiddle tunes and Amazin' Grace
Hallelujah, gonna raise the barn tonight

Well, the Lord, he was willin'
But the creek, it did rise up any how
And the bossman don't seem to care
So it's up to us to gather 'round

The stars'll shine a little brighter than before
It's gonna come alive when we swing open the doors and...

[Chorus]

So heave-ho, let's pull together now, boys
Once again this town's gonna make some noise
Everybody make some noise

[Chorus]

We'll be square-dancin', toe-tappin'
We'll be kickin' up our heels to the Cotton-Eyed Joe
Music and laughter, gonna raise the rafters
A little boot-slidin' across the floor
Do a little hand-holdin', hay-rollin'
Strollin' with your honey by your side
Dixie cups and paper plates
Fiddle tunes and Amazin' Grace
Hallelujah, gonna raise the barn tonight
So come on now, let's gather 'round
Gonna give it up and all throw down
Hallelujah, gonna raise the barn tonight


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"Raise the Barn" as written by Monty Powell Keith Lionel Urban

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