A Little Bit

A Little Bit

Written by: Kate McRae & Mike McCrary

 

I’m home grown, small town, work sun up, play sun down

A southern belle with a southern charm

You may think I’m a quiet one, but just you wait til the week is done

Those honkytonks won’t know what hit ‘em

 

I like my songs just a little bit country

Like my boys just a little bit funny

Helps if he’s got a little bit of money

And don’t mind spending a little on me!

I like my dogs just a little bit lazy

Like my friends just a little bit crazy

Saturdays I wake up a little hazy

From Friday nights like these

 

Cold beer, red wine, either one would suit me just fine

When I’m barefoot, dancing on the bed of your truck

I’ll wear a sundress or ripped jeans, a back woods, down home beauty queen

Turn up that radio, ‘cause baby here I go!

 

I like my songs just a little bit country

Like my boys just a little bit funny

Helps if he’s got a little bit of money

And don’t mind spending a little on me!

I like my dogs just a little bit lazy

Like my friends just a little bit crazy

Saturdays I wake up a little hazy

From Friday nights like these.

 

 

A little southern romance

Like a quiet slow dance

On a Sunday afternoon

A little rockin’ country

You’re singing to me

And I’m singing back to you

 

I like my songs just a little bit country

Like my boys just a little bit funny

Helps if he’s got a little bit of money

And don’t mind spending a little on me!

I like my dogs just a little bit lazy

Like my friends just a little bit crazy

Saturdays I wake up a little hazy

From Friday nights like these.

 

 

I like my songs just a little bit country

Like my boys just a little bit funny

Helps if he’s got a little bit of money

And don’t mind spending a little on me!

I like my dogs just a little bit lazy

Like my friends just a little bit crazy

Saturdays I wake up a little hazy

From Friday nights like these.