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King Of Country Music (a song)
by Londis Carpenter
Tuesday, May 03, 2005
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it kind of works with the tune of "You All Come" if that will help you set it in your mind


Copyright © 2005 LONDIS CARPENTER


When I was just a young-un

I was pickin’ and a strumin’

I played “Dueling Banjos” since I was ten

I learned to play and sing

And by the time I was thirteen

I was playing in my own hillbilly band


Refrain #1:

I’m the King of Country Songs

I play music all day long

You’all come out to see me and you’ll know

I’m a rock-a-billy songster

A country music all star

People love to hear me on the radio


I’m a picker and a singer

No one plays a guitar meaner

I can make you laugh and I can make you cry

And if there’s a country heaven

Where folks like me are livin’

I know I’m gonna go there when I die


Refrain #2:

I’m the King of Country Music

There’s really nothing to it

I’m the master of making up a rhyme

If you ever heard me play

There’s no doubt that you would say

“He’s the greatest country singer of all time.”


I can sing a country tune

I can yodel I can croon

Down in Texas I once made the girls all swoon

I can play it I can sing it

If I have to I can wing it

I was born to be a country music man  (Repeat Refrain 1—then 2)




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Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
i LUV it! COOL! :)
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
I've got the beat...thanks for this lovely offering!!

Love Tinka
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