Thats Just Me Lyrics

That’s Just Me

Brandon Rhyder, Dogwood Hill Publishing (BMI); 2013

I like to pick my guitar strings, I like to do my own thing
I like to drink a little cold beer come a Saturday night
I like to sit on that old porch swing, with my baby listening to the whippoorwills sing
It’s a simple way of life, but that’s just me

Yeah and That’s just me, that’s just me
I’d probably make a whole lot more money, if I’d move down to the big city
But that’s just me, that’s just me
I was born and raised a country boy and that’s all I’m ever gonna be

I like to sit in them sunflower fields, and watch that sun rise up over the hills
See them birds fly in like an old thundercloud
I like to sit in my old deer stand, and wait for that big buck to show up again
Yeah it’s a simple way of life but that’s just me

Yeah and That’s just me, that’s just me
I’d probably make a whole lot more money, if I’d move down to the big city
But that’s just me, that’s just me
I was born and raised a country boy and that’s all I’m ever gonna be

And these east Texas piney woods, they’ve always been my home
And I’m damn lucky to have a family to raise and call my own
You see the grass ain’t always greener on the other side
Yeah I’m content with who I am, and my simple way of life

Yeah and That’s just me, that’s just me
I’d probably make a whole lot more money, if I’d move down to the big city
But that’s just me, that’s just me
I was born and raised a country boy and that’s all I’m ever gonna be

I was born and raised a country boy and that’s all I’m ever gonna be

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