Country Must Be Countrywide Lyrics

I grew up south of the Mason Dixie
Workin spitting huntin and fishin
Stone cold country by the grace of God

I was gasin up the other day
And an ol boy pulled up with a license plate
From Ohio I thought oh good lord he's lost
From his wranglers to his boots
He reminded me of Chris LeDoux
And that Copenhagen smile
Country must be countrywide

In every state
There's a station
Playing Cash,Hank,Willie and Waylon
In foreign cars and four wheel drives
There's cowboys and hillbillies
From farm towns to big cities
There ain't no doubt in my mind
Country must be countrywide

It ain't where
It's how you live
We weren't raised to take
We were raised to give
The shirt off our back
To anyone in need

We bow our heads before we eat
Before we start our day
Before we fall asleep
Cause in God we trust and we believe
And we see what's wrong
And we know what's right

And ol Hank he said it all
When he said country folks can survive

In every state
There's a station
Come on
Y'all better crank this up

There ain't no doubt in my mind
Country must be countrywide

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Songwriter(s): Mike Dekle, Brantley Keith Gilbert, Colt Ford

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Meaning to "Country Must Be Countrywide" song lyrics (12 meanings)
tyler, newman 09/05/12,20:46

Man ill tell ya, I dont care who u are or where u came from. If u like this song and your in touch with your southern roots. I think this is a great song gets me all rilled up.
Ally 06/29/12,12:50

I'm a redneck and i'm proud of it i love this song i listen to it all the time i'm southern born and southern raised southern pride
larrissa 05/29/12,15:40

i agree with Corinne and i live in elma, wa and its a lil redneck town and i sing this song till the day i die. i love this song! :)
Corinne 01/21/12,22:04

I just love this song. Not all country people and rednecks are in the south. I'm a true born and bred southern girl, but I love this song and all country music. Southern Pride.
Eric 12/31/11,12:57

So much forAMERICANpride. I will NOT be buying this album. Its bad enough that many of you people drive foreign cars and are contributing to the american financial we are singing about it
Martina:) 12/13/11,16:22

being raised in the country, i listen to a lot of country music, but this song makes me so much prouder of my roots! Country people aren't the same. And i hate the stereotypes we have.
Linda 12/02/11,11:42

It's a refreshing change from the guys who think that to praise country you have to badmouth cities. The music and the goodness of heart it speaks to are universal, just like the man says.
Buck 11/19/11,18:18

Hey bill I hate to tell you them so called american cars are just as much foreign cars so know a little something before tou go shooting of at the mouth
brent 11/03/11,22:14

hell yes i live in a small town call sterling ne. i in my country roots i born on and raiseing hell down there to.
Jack 10/05/11,17:38

Bob does any one u know drive a toyota!!! If you actually live in the country you will se everything such as foreign cars and WHEEL DRIVES
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