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About the South  Rodney Atkins



 

 

[D]Fried pickles, drunk chicken, craw fishing in the creek
Wild turkey, deer jerky tough as Tarzan's feet
H[G]ot women skinny swimmin', barely belly button deep
[D]Turn muddy river water into sweet, sweet tea
H[A]ayloft l[G]ovin' in the holler behind the house
N[D]o doubt about what I love about the south
[D]Loretta lynn, maker's mark, that's Kentucky as can be
Jack Daniels, Dolly Parton, oh the hills of Tennessee
Fi[G]nger pickin', bluegrass blowing in the wind around here
W[D]e believe the book of john and we drive John Deeres
Th[A]e devil came to [G]Georgia, Mr. Daniels showed him out
No[D] doubt about it what I love about the south
(Chorus)
[G]What I love about the south
If you[D] need a Dixie Fix just come on down
That's [G]what I love about the south
Southern be[A]lls with a drawl
Make[G] you stop and drop your jaw
C[Bm]ome on ya'll s[G]hut your mouth
That's what I love about the south
[D]Grew up down here and it's where I'll grow my kids
Old McDonald had a daughter, get her done got her did
Corn[G] grows in rows on a cob but it flows from a j[D]ar
In a rocky top bar
A l[A]ittle fountain from the mountain
Even ma[G]de the possum shout
T[D]hat's what I love about the south
(Repeat chorus)

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