A Few More Rednecks Lyrics

What this world needs is
a few more rednecks
Some people who ain't
afraid to take a stand
What this world needs is
a little more respect
For the Lord and the law
and the workin' man
We could use a little
peace and satisfaction
Some good people up front
to take the lead
A little less talk and
a little more action
And a few more rednecks
is what we need

I was raised on beans and cornbread
and I like my chicken fried
Yes I drive a pickup truck
and I'm full of American pride
I keep a Bible on my table
I got a flag out on my lawn
And I don't believe in mindin'
no one's business but my own

And I love them Rambo movies
I think they make a lot of sense
And it's a shame ol' John Wayne
didn't live to run for president

And I don't care what nobody says
I don't trust ole Gorbachev
And I don't know who turned him on
but it's time to turn him off


Now they're tryin' to take my guns away
and that would be just fine
If you take 'em away
from the criminals first
I'll gladly give ya mine
And I don't mind payin' taxes
but it makes my temper itch
When my hard earned money goes
to make some politician rich

What most people call a redneck
ain't nothin' but a workin' man
And he makes his livin'
by the sweat of his brow
and the calluses on his hands
Now you intellectuals may not like it
but there ain't nothin' that you can do
Cause there's a whole lot
more of us common-folks
then there ever will be of you


That's what we need
And a few more rednecks
is what we need

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Songwriter(s): Charles Fred Hayward, William J. Digregorio, Charlie Daniels, John Louis Gavin
Record Label(s): Compilation 1996 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
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