Lyrics for "Call Me Country" by JJ Lawhorn
Call Me Country
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    Call Me Country Lyrics

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    I'm just a good old boy from Virginia where the smell of tobacco still hangs in the barn. The house I grew up in, momma's singed church hymns while I hid and played Free Bird on daddy's guitar. I learned to put my trust in a good pair of boots. And I ain't ashamed of my downhome roots.

    Call me country, it runs deep in my bones. My heart's in my holler, the field's in my soul. There's a piece of my past down every dirt road. It's my home, oh yeah, call me country.

    I remember grandaddy had a talk about that old oak tree, six generations, too strong to fall down. Man you ought to see the sunset when it touches the red dirt, how it burns like a brush fire before it goes down. This piece of land will always carry my last name. When asked who I am, with pride I will say..

    Call me country, it runs deep in my bones. My heart's in my holler, the field's in my soul. There's a piece of my past down every dirt road. It's my home, oh yeah, call me country. (x2)

    Yeah, call me country, yeah.

    Lyrics for "Call Me Country" by JJ Lawhorn were submitted 12 months ago.

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