Welcome to another edition of The Kicker Wake up Crew's Cultured Country with Sir John.  

This is when we handed our resident Britneck, Sir John, lyrics to a country song and have him recite the poetic lyrics to us. It's all very cultured you see.

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Photo by Álvaro Serrano on Unsplash
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This week Sir John is reciting the lyrics to Billy Currington's Hey Girl. It's crazy how different these lyrics sound when they are spoken instead of sung.

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Photo by Julio Rionaldo on Unsplash
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Just hit the arrow below to play this week's Cultured Country

Check Out The Lyrics to Billy Currington's 'Hey Girl'

I know you don't know me but I can't leave here lonely
Knowin' I didn't even try to make you mine and
You might think I'm crazy
Girl but who could blame me
You're lookin' so fine, got me all tongue tied
And the only line I can think to say is
Hey girl
Ooh, baby you're still standin' here
I guess you must like what you hear
Hey girl, whatcha say girl
About you and me gettin' away girl

 

Check out the video for the song below!

 

 

Join us for Cultured Country on Thursday Mornings at 7:40 AM with Jim and Lisa, Your Wake-up Crew on Kicker 102.5.

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