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Lyrics by: Hank Williams, Jr.
# Debut Chart
1 Jun '87 Country


Well, my momma met my daddy down in Alabam' They tied the knot so here I am Born on the bayou on the Texas line Loved in Louisiana, raised on Jambalaya Well, before I could walk I had a guitar in my hand By the time I could talk I had my own band I Went on the road when I was 8 years old When I turned 15 I was stealin' the show Money to burn and the girls were pretty Didn't take me long to learn it: I was born to boogie When I was 18 I went to Hollywood I met Elvis and Marilyn and Johnny B. Goode Got my guitar painted and some California sun A red Cadillac, havin' too much fun Now we was playin' them halls and jammin' them And we moved it on over to MGM They said this is the boy we've been tellin' you about He lit a cigar and he stuck his hand out He said son have we got a deal for you Were gonna make you a star and give you $50,000 too I showed him my momma didn't raise no fool I'll take your money, I'll make you a movie I can tell you right now I was born to boogie Well, my name is Bocephus I drink whiskey by the gallon And I never back down and I love a good challenge What I do now is what I did then I like to get down with all my rowdy friends

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Well I can be sweet and I can be mean I still got my hat and I still wear my jeans My shades are chrome, my guitar--steel If you think I won't, then believe me I will Get down on you baby, cuz I ain't no rookie I was put here to party and I was born to boogie


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