"Hollywood Hillbilly" as written by and Dale Watson....
From Tennessee the shaky town
That little boy did good
He's got his name up in lights
He's the top of Hollywood

You take a boy out of the country
And he's a country boy still
He looks down at the city lights
From his Hollywood hills

He's a Hollywood hillbilly,
Stearing along bearing willie, johnny cash and lefty
Down with a sunset in mind.
No he ain't one to try to hide it
He's a southern man with southern pride
That ridge runner just kickin back
Sippin' on the moonshine

You know what
He's gettin culture out there
As you know he's a tribute to the stars
Tinsle-touls's got tensle-ladies
With tinsle sights on his car

His belongings are little chickbutts
And the apple of his eye
Crippled dog and friends and family
Are always by his side

He's a Hollywood hillbilly
Stearing along bearing willie, johnny cash and lefty
Down with a sunset in mind
No he ain't one to try to hide it
He's a southern man with southern pride
That ridgerunner just kickin back
Sippin' on the moonshine

That ridgerunner just kickin back
Kickin back
Kickin back
(oh hand me that jar)
Kickin back
Kickin back
Sippin' on the moonshine


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"Hollywood Hillbilly" as written by Dale Watson

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    General CommentThese lyrics are so far off it isn't funny. You have to wonder if whoever transcribed them even listened to the song. I did an edit but it hasn't shown up yet....
    alduaneon February 17, 2014   Link

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