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Country Toys (Satire)

Updated on February 1, 2013

I got me a pickup truck

and a case of brew,

a red neck and tobacco,

a cowboy hat,

a hound who’s fat,

Hank Williams on the radio,

a fishing pole,

a fishing hole,

a shotgun and dusty jeans.

But I ain’t got you,

and I haven’t a clue,

what my country life means.


Chorus:

Oh, a country boy with all his toys

ain’t worth a hoot ‘n’ holler

unless he’s got his long lost love,

Jack Daniels, and a dollar.

Oh, a country boy with all this toys

can only sit and moan

when his honey’s away

he’s left to play

with his country toys alone.


Repeat verse and chorus several times

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