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Country
 
ID: 16477
   Instrumental  
   Vocal  

LabelFine Tune
WEB SITE www.finetunegoldwingmusic.com
Label information
Grid list of Fine Tune recordings
Number167
TypeSinging Call
Copies1
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration4:06
MediaMP3
Artist(s)
Jay Henderson (picture)     recordings by Jay Henderson

Jay Henderson

Cue Sheet

OPENER    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
Well have you ever picked guitar on your front porch
In the morning as the sun was risin'
Or followed your dog down to the river
And ran into an old baptizing

Allemande and you weave
Do you think to pull off on the side of the road
As that big black hearse is passing
Have you ever helped someone in need
Without them even asking?


FIGURE    Mainstream, corner progression

Heads (Sides) square thru four hands you go
Corner lady dosado her you know
Swing thru tonight and let the boys run right
You chain down the line, turn that girl 1/4 more
Girls "nose to nose" sashay, boys cross fold
Swing your corner, promenade
We do that in the country
Let me tell you about country


MIDDLE BREAK    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
Country can be in the middle of the city
Country can be on a farm
Country ain't even a place on the map
It's a place in your heart

Allemande and you weave
Did you ever hitch a ride to Music City
Just to watch an Opry show
Would you drive across the country
Just to listen to some country


CLOSER    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
Have you ever been there on that courthouse square
For the parade on the fourth of July
With a tear on your face and lump in your throat
As you watch ole Glory go by

Allemande and you weave
Have you sat through a service where they played Taps
For a soldier that never came home
Or looked in the sad brown eyes of his mama
As she touched his name on his stone
He fought for his country, and died for his country


TAG

Swing 'em boys
Oh I love my country
Let me tell you about country

 
Lyrics

Lyrics are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Lyrics are
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Country Lyrics ID: 3749

Have you ever picked guitar on your front porch
In the morning as the sun was risin'?
Or followed your dog down to the river
And ran into an old baptizin'

You think to pull off on the side of the road
When that big black hearse is passin'
Have you ever helped someone in need
Without them even askin'?

We do that in the country
Let me tell you about country

Country can be in the middle of a city
Country can be on a farm
Country ain't even a place on the map
It's a place in your heart

Would you ever hitch a ride to Music City
Just to see an Opry show?
Would you drive across the country
Just to listen to some country?

Country can be in the middle of the city
Country can be in a bar
Country ain't even a place on the map
It's a place in your heart

Have you ever been there at the courthouse square
For the parade on the Fourth of July
With a tear on your face and a lump in your throat
As you watch Old Glory go by

Or sat through a service where they play "Taps"
For a soldier who never came home
Or looked in the sad brown eyes of his mama
As she touched his name on that stone

He fought for his country
And died for his country
Yeah, I love my country
Let me tell you about country

Lyrics by Mo Pitney, Bill Anderson and Bobby Tomberlin.
Recorded by Mo Pitney.
 

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