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High Heels & A Cowboy Hat
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TITLE (EDIT)
High Heels & A Cowboy Hat
DESCRIPTION
This a song I wrote about Mississippi Women!
[378 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Humor
AUTHOR
Tyler A Childs
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[June 2011]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
tylerchilds4046@yahoo.com
High Heels & A Cowboy Hat
Tyler A Childs

CHORUS/HOOK:

I aint never seen

A girl who can fit those jeans

The way she walks like that

With those high heels on

And that sexy black cowboy hat (2x)

I aint never seen (3x)

A cowboy hat and high heels look so clean

 

VERSE 1

Whoa is that Miranda lambert in the club

With them high heels cowboy hat and a flannel button up

The way she got me starin

Its done put me in a daze

A pretty blonde thang With a cherokee braid

I knew that she was country by the way that she was talkin

And I knew she was hard to get by the way that she was walkin

These type of chicks I label top notch

They don’t drink margaritas

Its whiskey double shots

And I must admit they look so clean

Jeans so tight bout to pop out the seams

Shes throwin back jim beam like it aint nothing

And shes still 2 steppin with her sister and her cousins

CHORUS/HOOK

 

VERSE 2

Damn I dig those daisy dukes

Gotta say you are the bomb

She said if you if you think im cute

You should really see my mom

You wanna get a champagne bottle And pour it on some ice

Hell naw boy u better get a case of bud light

That’s the way I like my women

Beer drinkin whisky sippin

I aint even trippin

Actin up you’ll catch an a** whippin

I might live in the city

But the country is my roots

I aint even lien

I swear to tell the truth

Its cornbread and chicken in my neck of the woods

Where we say ‘’hello yall’’ and ‘’whats up suge’’

This girl has been actin like she already knows

20 seconds in the city

She done turned it to a rodeo

 

CHROUS/HOOK

 

VERSE 3

Mississippi women

Got the country all up in em

They can fight like men

Be careful if ya gotcha kids with ya

They don’t play around when it comes down to the drama

They’ll get they friends together and even take there mama

They drive pick-up trucks

With tires bigger than us

They don’t have to work as long as there man is makin the bucks

But some of em

Well there crazy as hell

They bring a whole new meaning to the term southern belle

But all in all I luv these girls

The type to show a city boy a whole new world

Whenever this chick saw me

She knew that I was paid

So she grab me by her hand and showed me to her chevrolet



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READER'S REVIEWS (1)
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"I would say this one is fair....Some of it was funny and up beat but some parts were jaded and stolen from other folks, the where I come from line, cornbread and chicken, even the closing line has been done.....Might sound a little better in a couple spots if some of the words were switched around like whiskey double shots. I know the drink is called a whiskey double but when you write it, double whiskey shots?" -- Lj.

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© 2011 Tyler A Childs
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 2011
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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