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I PLAY COUNTRY MUSIC

Written by: Barry P. Foley
Copyright © 18 August 2009 Pullman City Song

I play Country Music, that’s what I do
I’m up here on this bandstand, every night from nine ‘til two
I’ll play you Haggard, I’ll play you Jones, I’ll play Waylon & Willie, all night long
I play Country Music, that’s what I do
 
I love an old country shuffle just like old Webb and Ray
I love to see those cowboys, two stepping the night away
Twin fiddles and a steel guitar, long-neck beer in a honky-tonk bar
That’s Country Music, that’s what I do I’d

Back when I was little boy, saw Porter Wagoner on TV
Ever since I been saving my money, to a get a Nudie suit made for me
Got my name across my Martin guitar, got fans that come from near & far
To hear Country Music, that’s what I do

I play Country Music, that’s what I do
I’m up here on this bandstand, singing my heart out for you
I’ll play you Buck, I’ll play you Marty, turn a old beer joint into a big old party
I play Country Music, that’s what I do

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