Well, I ain't never been the Barbie Doll type
No, I can't swig that sweet Champagne, I'd rather drink beer all night
In a tavern or in a honky-tonk, or on a four-wheel drive tailgate
I've got posters on my wall of Skynyrd, Kid and Strait

Some people look down on me
But I don't give a rip
I'll stand barefooted in my own front yard
With a baby on my hip

'Cause I'm a redneck woman
I ain't no high class broad
I'm just a product of my raisin'
I say, "Hey y'all" and "Yee-haw"
And I keep my Christmas lights on
On my front porch all year long
And I know all the words to every Charlie Daniels song
So here's to all my sisters out there keeping it country
Let me get a big "Hell yeah" from the redneck girls like me
Hell yeah (hell yeah)

Victoria's Secret, well, their stuff's real nice
Oh, but I can buy the same damn thing on a Walmart shelf half-price
And still look sexy, just as sexy as those models on TV
No, I don't need no designer tag to make my man want me

You might think I'm trashy
A little too hardcore
But in my neck of the woods
I'm just the girl next door

Hey, I'm a redneck woman
I ain't no high-class broad
I'm just a product of my raisin'
I say, "Hey y'all" and "Yee-haw"
And I keep my Christmas lights on
On my front porch all year long
And I know all the words to every Tanya Tucker song
So here's to all my sisters out there keeping it country
Let me get a big "Hell yeah" from the redneck girls like me
Hell yeah (hell yeah)

Hey, I'm a redneck woman
I ain't no high-class broad
I'm just a product of my raisin'
I say, "Hey y'all" and "Yee-haw"
And I keep my Christmas lights on
On my front porch all year long
And I know all the words to every Ol' Bocephus song
So here's to all my sisters out there keeping it country
Let me get a big "Hell yeah" from the redneck girls like me

(Hell yeah)
Hell yeah
(Hell yeah)
Hell yeah
(Hell yeah)
I said hell yeah


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Redneck Woman Lyrics as written by John Rich Gretchen Wilson

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    ^^^? trashy? she's just making a song for girls that can't really relate to any others. whats wrong w/ that?

    jhandson June 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
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    I'm not a redneck, nor do I consider myslef country, but I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    x_terriaon November 23, 2007   Link
  • +1
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    I am not much of a country girl but I love this song! Its fun! Its about being proud of who you are and where you come from and that is awesome.

    pweenon September 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
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    This song kicks ass! I love the video...how she's 4-wheeling and mudding in a pickup truck. LOL woman power!

    zacsteron November 10, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    This song is all about having and being a Redneck Woman! (Yee Hah)!

    Killer103bon November 21, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    every country girl's anthem!

    countrygirl_04on December 18, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    go girl

    Manderzterzon February 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
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    HELL YEAH!

    fannyfritteron February 20, 2005   Link
  • 0
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    Here's to all my fellow red neck women out there! We're having a lot more fun than all those "classy" girls!

    emlee7on March 26, 2005   Link
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    moved to the city, but i'm definetly a country girl at heart. i love this song. Hell yeah!

    GoofyGooberon April 03, 2005   Link

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