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some time I'd fix the barn
Poor old girl, she needs a man down on the farm

And it's good old country comforts in my bones
Just the sweetest sound my
Hey we want some country

Hey y'all, its me again
Time to get it on with my country friends
Got girls, got trucks, got mud,
Yall know whats up
Do
since I've been gone 
Yeah well I'm callin' all country women, yeah 
Well them uptown girls, they just ain't down home (down home) 

Yeah I was in New
some time I'd fix the barn
Poor old girl, she needs a man down on the farm

And it's good old country comforts in my bones
Just the sweetest sound my
but I'm leavin' as fast as I can
I want to go home with the armadillo good country music from Amarillo and Abilene
The friendliest people
dukes and abbotts, and the gentry of the land.

Rollin' on, I've been rollin' on, 
And my head is high, from the battle won, 
Laid down my life for
(Way down home)

I got to say goodbye

How I miss the taste of Grandma's potato pie
And the pretty girls come in bunches
And they never treat you wrong
Just an old-fashioned feeling fully-grown
Country comfort's in a truck that's going home

Down at the well they've got a new machine
The foreman says it
can bet your boots,
that I'm leavin' just as fast as I can.

Chorus;
I want to go home with the armadillo.
Good country music from Amarillo
You left me for the bright lights of the town
A country boy set out to see the world
Remember when those city lights shine down
That big old moon
her roses bloom
Down home barbecuein'
In the backyard just outside her room
I miss that country girl
I just got to go and see her soon

I know I
You left me for the bright lights of the town
A country boy set out to see the world
Remember when those city lights shine down
That big old moon
You left me for the bright lights of the town 
A country boy set out to see the world 
Remember when those neon lights shine down 
That big old
sleeves workin' on that farmer's tan
But she can rock the boots in her daisy dukes like a country girl can

She turns every head when she walks by
the sweetest sound these ears have ever known
It's just an old-fashioned feeling fully-grown
Country comfort in a heart that's going back home

Down
You left me for the bright lights of the town
A country boy set out to see the world
Remember when those city lights shine down
That big old moon
back home

Down at the well they've got a new machine
The foreman says it'll cut manpower by fifteen
"Hey but that ain't natural" old Clay would say
Cat Diesel Power cap pulled down low
Makin that bacon, row by row
Can't get them muscles at the YMCA
It's from choppin' cotton, cuttin' corn
You left me for the bright lights of the town
A country boy set out to see the world
Remember when those city lights shine down
That big old moon
some time I'd fix the barn
Poor old girl, she needs a man down on the farm

[Chorus]
And it's good old country comforts in my bones
Just
can bet your boots
That I'll be leaving
Just as fast as I can
I wanna go home
With the armadillo
Good country music
From Amarillo to Aboline
some time I'd fix the barn
Poor old girl, she needs a man down on the farm

And it's good old country comforts in my bones
Just the sweetest sound my
a little lady in a jacked- up Ford

I like a girl in a truck a big four wheel drive
Stereo blaring playing "Country Boy can Survive"
She's down home
Thank god for country girls

She was all by herself sittin' at a corner booth
Wearin' a summer dress and a pair of cowgirl boots
I heard her hummin'
there's old Jeff and Willie and Sam and a girl with the long dark hair
To a country singer...

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