Dating country-style…a song

LEFT THE CITY BEHIND

 

Four big mud tires under this truck

Doing my best yeah, to get it stuck

A whole lot of horsepower under that hood

And my baby right here yeah, she sure feels good

No pavement for miles around

Gonna find us a clear-cut and power it down

 

Cause my baby likes riding through the creeks and the hills

Slinging up mud yeah, spinning those wheels

Popping open cans from a cooler of beer

Friday afternoon and the weekend’s here

Tired of work and I’m over the rush

Left the city behind in a cloud of dust

 

Stars coming out on a beautiful night

Building a fire and it all seems right

A blanket laid out at the top of a hill

Stars in my eyes from the way she feels

Just mother nature and the two of us

No phones, no horns, no bosses to fuss

 

Cause my baby likes riding through the creeks and the hills

Slinging up mud yeah, spinning those wheels

Popping open cans from a cooler of beer

Friday afternoon and the weekend’s here

Tired of work and I’m over the rush

Left the city behind in a cloud of dust

 

Skyscrapers out here are pine trees and oaks

Taxis don’t honk but the bullfrogs croak

And music it’s made in a natural way

Cricket’s and birds and coyote’s at play

And I wouldn’t change a single thing

We’ll be back in the truck if it begins to rain

 

Cause my baby likes riding through the creeks and the hills

Slinging up mud, yeah spinning those wheels

Popping open cans from a cooler of beer

Friday afternoon and the weekend’s here

Tired of work and I’m over the rush

Left the city behind in a cloud of dust

Yeah, tired of work and I’m over the rush

Left the city behind in a cloud of dust

Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

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