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Simple Girl

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Simple Girl

As I walk into church free and bare,
I could hear the pastor’s voice in the air
Listening to the Preacher, hearing the Word.
Church on Sunday, lunch in the afternoon
Going to grandma’s to join the family.
Hoping to see everyone soon,
Just livin’ the life of a simple girl down in the country.

Monday morning, school startin’,
Hangin with the friends,
Hearing the gossip,
Goin’ to class,
Learnin’ some things,
Down in the country.

From muddin’ to prayin’,
To sunset watchin’
Just a simple country girl.
Going to church and school,
Playin’ it cool.
Drivin’ around town.
Feelin’ like no one can take me down.
Couldn’t ask for more.
Livin the life,
Livin the dream ,
Down in the country.

Saturday is the day.
Day to have fun.
Hangin with my besties,
Till the day is done….

Half of me is my style list.
From my hat to my shoes,
To my 50 bracelets on my wrist.

So different from others.
There is no comparison.
Not normal at all.
But I’m having a ball.



From muddin’ to prayin’,
To sunset watchin’.
Just a simple country girl.
Going to church and school,
Playin’ it cool.
Drivin’ around town.
Feelin’ like no one can take me down,
Couldn’t ask for more.
Livin the life,
Livin the dream,
Down in the country.

As I think to myself,
What means the most?
Family, Friends,
Christ, and love,
Come to my mind.

As I watch the days pass by,
I’m just a simple girl down in the country.





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