"Country Boy" Videos
Now I grew up down an old dirt road
In a town you wouldn't know
My pops picked the place up for fifteen hundred bucks
Back in nineteen sixty-four
My grandfather was a drinker
Back in the day, he put 'em down
But a war is known to change a man
And the whiskey's known to change a man
But that's not me
I rarely drink from the bottle but I'll smoke a little weed
I still live in the sticks where you wouldn't go
In a town of twelve hundred off an old dirt road
And a country boy is all I'll ever be
Now, it's been twelve years since I sold my soul
To the devil in L.A.
He said, sign your name here on the dotted line
And your songs they all will play
He set up shop on Sunset
He put me up at The Marque
He said, you want to sell a million records, boy?
You better listen to me
He said, change your style, whiten your smile
You could lose a couple of pounds
If you want to live this life, you better lose that wife
Do you need your friends around?
I said, no, that's not me
'Cause the bigge
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