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Aint Out Of The Woods Lyrics

from Declaration of Independence

"Aint Out Of The Woods" is track #4 on the album Declaration of Independence.
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I move through the big city,
To make a little better money, then get back home.
Now here I am living in a little sub-division,
Surrounded by steel and stone.
I've got a neighbor, he's a lawyer, his wife can be his daughter,
He don't know what to think of me.
Cause I sight my bow on a styrofoam doe by the hole of the 18th green

Cause I ain't out of the woods yet,
Still got a blue collar and a red neck,
Got a gun rack in the back window of my four wheel drive.
A country boy can survive.
I say, hey y'all and I reckon so, with a mossy oak from head to toe
As corn fed corn bred country as a boy can get.
No, I ain't out, ain't out of the woods yet.

Oh, I'm a living hell, baby.

I got a manicured lawn and a concrete palm
Where my buddies all like to hang (I heard that)
We fire up the smoker, get some pretty girls over
Crank the Hank and let them shake that thing (Oh bring 'em on)
And when the moon goes risin' and the squitos start to bitin',
All the neighbors is turning in.
We'll be bringin' out the shine in this hell yeah time
'Til the sun comes up again.

Cause I ain't out of the woods yet,
Still got a blue collar and a red neck,
Got a gun rack in the back window of my four wheel drive.
A country boy can survive.
I say, hey y'all and I reckon so, with a mossy oak from head to toe
As corn fed corn bred country as a boy can get.
No, I ain't out, ain't out of the woods yet.

Country of the Conway, sweet tea all day, if you don't know what I mean
I'll be sipping on some shine, putting clothes on the line,
Eating corn, bread and butter, babe.

Cause I ain't out of the woods yet,
Still got a blue collar and a red neck,
Got a gun rack in the back window of my four wheel drive.
A country boy can survive.
I say, hey y'all and I reckon so, with a mossy oak from head to toe
As corn fed corn bred country as a boy can get.
Cause I ain't out, ain't out of the woods yet.

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