"Good Ole Boy" as written by John D. Rich, Vicky Lynn Mcgehee and Gretchen Frances Wilson....
Some girls are lookin' for a Wall Street man
With lots of green in the bank
Got to find a feller with a red wine cellar
And a big, black Escalade
One of them dudes that don't cuss or chew
Never do nothin' wrong
Personally, that don't do it for me, yeah
You can keep 'em all

[Chorus:]
I'd rather have a good ole boy
One who ain't afraid to make some noise
Do what you want to do, but if I had the choice
I'd rather have a good ole boy
Yeah, I'd rather have a good ole boy

Well, I've met guys in suits and ties
That'll buy you anything you want
Drink champagne and drop big names
In a high-dollar restaurant
I'd rather run with a son of a gun
That'll get a little dirt on his hands
I'd trade a high class livin' for some good catfishin'
With a real blue collar man

[Chorus]

I'd rather have a good ole boy
Who ain't afraid to make some noise
Do what you want to do, but if I had the choice
I'd rather have a good ole boy

You know, I'd rather have a good ole boy
One who ain't afraid to make some noise
Do what you want to do, but if I had the choice
I'd rather have a good ole boy
Yeah, I'd rather have a good ole boy


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"Good Ole Boy" as written by John D. Rich Vicky Mc Gehee

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