The bonfire is a blaze,
As soon as he feeds it,
The colors blue, orange, and red,
They are all pretty and bright, and
The warm me, and melt me.
I know I am a Country Cowgirl Forever,
Nothing can change me, and noone change me.
I love Muddin', my Country music, but
Most of all, Bonfires, and my cowboy friend & hubby,
Dustin & Adam.
With them I feel like I can fly,
Like I can be anything I wanna be,
And that I can be anything I wanna be,
And that I will get far with my dreams,
Dreams to be a Country singer, even though I think,
Think I can't sing very good, even though D,
D thinks I sing good; have no idea about Adam,
No idea what people see or hear, don't really care,
Care what people think of me.
If they don't like me for the real me,
Then they don't deserve to have me.
I love Muddin', I love Country music, bonfires, and my,
My farm, and my farms, and my tractor,
Oh yes, and my sexy truck.
I love going fast down a gravel road, and getting
The truck all muddy, that's when it looks,
Looks the sexiest; I think,
Y'all can hate me, but guess what,
I can really care less jealous that you can't be Country,
Country throughout my blood, bones, and fingertips,
So country, and country is all I will ever be.
I was born and raised on a farm till I was 5 years old,
And I been Country since I was Eight.
But please just light that fire up,
The fire I love so much, the fire that melts me,
The fire that makes me remember so much,
The fire, where new friendships are made,
The fire, that ususally leads up to the best thing of all,
So give me my rebel flag, my Country, my fire, my mud, my
Truck, my farm, my life.
And let's be free together.