RHONDA VINCENT


All American Bluegrass Girl Lyrics

"Bill might be from Kentucky, and
Jimmy from Tennessee.
I'm an all American bluegrass girl, and
Proud as I can be.

Each day I greet the morning
With the sounds of the radio,
Lester Flatt was singing on that
Martha White show.
"Big K" on the banjo, Marty on the mandolin.
I'm an all American bluegrass girl
And proud of where I've been.

-CHORUS-
Bill might be from Kentucky, and
Jimmy from Tennessee.
Though I might be from Missouri,
I'm as bluegrass as can be.
A life of bluegrass music
With friends and family.
I'm an all American bluegrass girl,
And proud as I can be.

All my life they told me,
'You're pretty good for a girl.
Some day you'll play the Opry
Just like Sonny, Bob and Earl.'
I'm livin' dreams I never dreamed.
Mom and Daddy, they taught me right.
To be an all American bluegrass girl
Who's singin' here tonight.

Bill might be from Kentucky, and
Jimmy from Tennessee.
Though I might be from Missouri,
I'm as bluegrass as can be.
A life of bluegrass music
With friends and family.
I'm an all American bluegrass girl,
And proud as I can be.

Bill might be from Kentucky, and
Jimmy from Tennessee.
Though I might be from Missouri,
I'm as bluegrass as can be.
A life of bluegrass music
With friends and family.
I'm an all American bluegrass girl,
And proud as I can be.

I'm an all American bluegrass girl
And proud as I can be.

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