She’s got a good heart, a saved soul, knows every shortcut off of Red Oak Road.
Loves takin’ her time, speakin’ her mind, and sittin’ with me on the porch.
From up north, to down south, ain’t the Mason Dixon I’m going on about.
She a sunrise through the Georgia pines coming through and old screen door
I’m talkin country blue eyes won’t you keep on shinin’ country.
From the place she takes me to the way she says she loves me.
Man, I’m talkin country
She got my back, my last name. Says, “There’s your two things that’ll never change.”
Likes moonlight, moonshine. Twin fiddles on the radio.
She a dance in the rain, a walk in the sun, a good time rocky boat river run.
She’s come to town turn back around. Same old same wherever she goes.
She’ll slide right up next to me in the front seat of my GMC.
Don’t put no-one but the Good Lord up above me
Gets mad as the Devil when we’re late for church
Shows up early every day to work
She knows how to bait a hook boys, trust me.
(I’m Talkin’ Country) She’s got a good heart, a saved soul, knows every shortcut off of Red Oak Road. Loves takin’ her time, speakin’ her mind, and stittin’ with me on the porch all the time! She’s got my back, my last name. Say’s “There’s your two things that’ll never change.” I’m talkin’ country.