Chad Cooke Band – Country Like You Lyrics

 

Country Like You Lyrics by Chad Cooke Band

 

Wild horses running the plains in Montana
The summer rain coming down on an old tin roof
An old Ford running strong through the streets of downtown square
Like the boots on my feet they’ve taken me everywhere
I’ve seen Carolina streams, California sunsets
Well I thought I’d seen it all, but I ain’t seen country yet

I’ve never seen country like you
I’ve never met a girl with deeper roots
Her daddy’s only daughter, baptized in the water
On the banks of white oak creek
The spirit of a child running barefoot in the wild
Stronger than an old oak tree
I’ve seen everything
But I’ve never seen country like you

The freedom in your eyes goes on forever
Forever is place where I’d like to be
In a white house, a porch swing
Just saving up for that diamond ring
Maybe one day you might say yes to me
Well I’d lay it on the line to show you every time
There’s no one else I’d choose
Girl I’ve never ever seen

Country like you
I’ve never met a girl with deeper roots
Her daddy’s only daughter, baptized in the water
On the banks of white oak creek
The spirit of a child running barefoot in the wild
Stronger than an old oak tree
I’ve seen everything
But I’ve never seen country like you

I’ve never seen country like you
I’ve never met a girl with deeper roots
Her daddy’s only daughter, baptized in the water
On the banks of white oak creek
The spirit of a child running barefoot in the wild
Stronger than an old oak tree
I’ve seen everything
But I’ve never seen
Oh I never dreamed
That I’d ever be with country like you

Like you, yeah
Country like
Like you