"Country Girl" as written by Gordon Scott Kennedy and Joe Don Rooney....
It's the way I think not how I talk, oh no
It's a pride you feel that makes you walk the walk
Come Sunday morning palms up in praise
It's all about my mama 'nem and how I was raised

It's a state of mind no matter where you're from
Living like your grandma done
'Cause good home training ain't a common thing
If this is who you are, let me hear you say

You don't have to be a Georgia peach from Savannah Beach to say
From Arkansas to appreciate a Southern drawl
Don't need no kin from West Virginia to have it in ya
Show the world you're a country girl

I'm the kind of girl says it with a smile, ooh yeah
That sweet as molasses down home style
I'm whatcha might call real corn-fed, ooh yeah
I'm a country girl born and bred

It's a state of mind no matter where you're from
Living like your grandma did
'Cause good home training ain't a common thing
If this is who you are, let me hear you say

You don't have to be a Georgia peach from Savannah Beach to say
From Arkansas to appreciate a Southern drawl
Don't need no kin from West Virginia to have it in ya
Show the world you're a country girl

Ladies if you understand
Let me hear you all clap your hands
If you hear me and you know you're bad
All you country girls clap your hands

Ladies if you understand
Let me hear you all clap your hands
If you hear me and you know you're bad
All you country girls clap your hands

You don't have to be a Georgia peach from Savannah Beach to say
From Arkansas to appreciate a Southern drawl
Don't need no kin from West Virginia to have it in ya
Show the world you're a country girl

You don't have to be a Georgia peach from Savannah Beach to say
From Arkansas to sing it with a Southern drawl
Don't need no kin from West Virginia to have it in ya
Show the world you're a country girl


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