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Southern Voice
Tim McGraw Lyrics


Hank Williams sang it
Number three drove it
Chuck Berry twanged it
Will Faulkner wrote it
Aretha Franklin sold it
Dolly Parton graced it
Rosa Parks rode it
Scarlett O chased it

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis
Down to Apalachicola
It's hi y'all did ya eat well
Come on in I'm
Sure glad to know ya
Don't let this old gold cross
In this Allman Brothers t-shirt throw ya
It's cicadas making noise
With the southern voice

Hank Aaron smacked it
Michael Jordan dunked it
Pocahontas tracked it
Jack Daniels drunk it
Tom Petty rocked it
Dr. King paved it
Bear Bryant won it
Billy Graham saved it

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis
Down to Apalachicola
It's hi y'all did ya eat well
Come on in I'm
Sure glad to know ya
Don't let this old gold cross
In this Crimson Tide t-shirt throw ya
It's cicadas making noise
With the southern voice

Jesus is my friend
America is my home
Sweet iced tea and Jerry Lee
Daytona Beach
That's what gets to me
I can feel it in my bones

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis
Down to Apalachicola
It's hi y'all did ya eat well
Come on in child
Sure glad to know ya
Don't let this old gold cross
In this Charlie Daniels t-shirt throw ya
We're just boys making noise
With the southern voice

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Southern voice
I got a southern voice
A southern voice

Lyrics ยฉ Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Bob Dipiero, Tom Douglas

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Liam Treacy

Hank Williams sang it, Number Three drove it
Chuck Berry twanged it, Will Faulkner wrote it
Aretha Franklin sold it, Dolly Parton graced it
Rosa Parks rode it, Scarlett O. chased it

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis down to Apalachicola
It's, "Hi y'all, did ya eat well?
Come on in, I'm sure glad to know ya"

Don't let this old gold cross
And this Allman Brothers t-shirt throw ya
It's cicadas making noise
With the Southern voice

Hank Aaron smacked it, Michael Jordan dunked it
Pocahontas tracked it, Jack Daniels drunk it
Tom Petty rocked it, Dr. King paved it
Bear Bryant won it, Billy Graham saved it

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis down to Apalachicola
It's, 'Hi y'all, did ya eat well?
Come on in, I'm sure glad to know ya"

Don't let this old gold cross
And this Crimson Tide t-shirt throw ya
It's cicadas making noise
With the Southern voice

Jesus is my friend, America is my home
Sweet iced tea and Jerry Lee
Daytona Beach, that's what gets to me
I can feel it in my bones

Smooth as the hickory wind
That blows from Memphis down to Apalachicola
It's, 'Hi y'all, did ya eat well?
Come on in, I'm sure glad to know ya"

Don't let this old gold cross
And this Charlie Daniels t-shirt throw ya
We're just boys making noise
With the Southern voice, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Southern voice
I got a Southern voice
Southern voice



All comments from YouTube:

Roman Kudlata

I was born in Prague, lived in US, and I found south to have the most genuine people. The Christian roots are still palpable there (both among the whites and blacks) and that makes all the difference. May our Lord Jesus Christ bless the South and the whole USA. Amen.

trappy

Now them facts god bless y 'all ๐Ÿ™

Remy Lebeau

@April Willmeno excuse me but...Wha??? LOL ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿคฃ

Remy Lebeau

@Hell- Sol that's not really Tim...

Remy Lebeau

Amen!! ๐Ÿ˜‡โค

Remy Lebeau

@brian versansky ๐Ÿค  Ty kindly for saying that! And welcome home to Cajun Country!!

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James Brown

Southern people are the kindest, most giving and loving people you will ever meet!! My grandmother, who we called Nanny, after saying hello to anyone that cane into her house, immediately asked what could she get you to eat and drink.

Becca A.

@John Bratcher that's how my fam is ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

John Bratcher

You walk into my house for the first time and we'll get you some food and drink, from that point on you're family. Just go help yourself.

Rachel Ford Cleveland

i was born & raised in Alabama. i called my grandmother ( on my daddy's side Nanny). my daddy's family is from Alabama. My mama's family lives & from Virginia. i call my grandmother on my mama's side grandma

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