"The Carolina Kind" as written by and Dave Berg Lauren Lucas....


He came walkin' out of that Texaco,

George Strait blarin' out of his Silverado.

A fish hook on the bill of his baseball cap:

God, it's good to see a man like that, it takes me back.


'Cause there's just somethin', you know the type:

A southern boy sweet as a Jasmine on a hot, thick summer night.

Kisses that linger a long, long time:

Long after they're gone, they stay on my mind.

Someone my Daddy woulda liked:

The Carolina kind.


I've fallen for a city boy or two.

I've been held in the arms of an Armani suit,

But I've come to learn that ain't me.

No, just gimme a long-haired country boy in his ripped up jeans.


'Cause there's just somethin', you know the type:

A southern boy sweet as a Jasmine on a hot, thick summer night.

Kisses that linger a long, long time:

Long after they're gone, they stay on my mind.

Someone my Daddy woulda liked:

The Carolina kind.


Yeah, I wanna hang out on a tailgate on a Saturday night.

I wanna whsiper that I can't wait to the man I can't deny no more.


There's just somethin', you know the type:

A southern boy sweet as a Jasmine on a hot summer night.

Oh, those kisses that linger a long, long time:

Long after they're gone, they stay on my mind.

Someone my Daddy woulda liked.

Ooh, as gentle as a warm breeze whisperin' through the pines:

That's the Carolina kind.

The Carolina kind.





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