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Randy Houser

Well, I've heard about that life out there in L.A.
The movie stars, the bars and chandeliers
Well, I guess I'll have to head on out there someday
But for now I think I'll hang around down here

'Cause I'm doin' fine, fine out here in the country
Them city lights ain't my cup of tea
Yeah, I'm doin' fine, fine out here in the country
With the hogs and the dogs and the frogs and my baby and me

Well, I guess they've never fished that Big Black River
Or watched the sun go down on Sherman Hill
Well, them homegrown country girls, they'll make you quiver
Like a shot from Popcorn's finest moonshine still

Yeah, I'm doin' fine, fine out here in the country
Them city lights ain't my cup of tea
Yeah, I'm doin' fine, fine out here in the country
With the hogs and the dogs and the frogs and my baby and me

And if you know what it's like
The folks treat you right
Just like you're family
And if you're really down home
Talkin' down to the bone
Come on and sing along with me

Yeah, I'm doin' fine, fine out here in the country
Them city lights ain't my cup of tea
Yeah, I'm doin' fine, fine out here in the country
With the hogs and the dogs and the frogs and my baby and me
Yeah, with my hogs and my dogs and my frogs and my baby and me

Yeah, we're doin' fine, fine out here in the country

Written by LONG, WILLIAM BRICE / HOUSER, RANDY
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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