About the song

Introducing “Country Comes to Town” by Toby Keith

Welcome, music enthusiasts! Today, let’s embark on a journey through the vibrant sounds of country music with Toby Keith’s electrifying tune, “Country Comes to Town.” This lively track, nestled in the heart of Keith’s musical repertoire, is a testament to his prowess in capturing the essence of American country living.

Penned by the masterful Toby Keith himself, “Country Comes to Town” radiates with his signature blend of catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Released as part of his album “Pull My Chain,” this song quickly became a favorite among country music aficionados upon its debut.

Toby Keith’s illustrious career has seen him rise to the upper echelons of the country music scene, with numerous chart-topping hits under his belt. “Country Comes to Town” is no exception, as it soared to impressive heights on various music charts, captivating audiences far and wide with its irresistible charm.

With its infectious rhythm and relatable narrative, “Country Comes to Town” resonates deeply with listeners, transporting them to a world where the spirit of rural America collides with the bustle of city life. Whether you’re a long-time fan of Toby Keith or a newcomer to the genre, this song is sure to leave an indelible mark on your musical soul.

So sit back, relax, and let Toby Keith’s “Country Comes to Town” sweep you off your feet on a toe-tapping journey through the heartland of country music. Get ready to experience the magic as the twang of guitars and the soulful vocals of Toby Keith transport you to a place where the spirit of country truly comes to life.

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Lyrics

Well, the weatherman said it might storm today
I gotta hit the field, gotta bail some hay
And I can’t let it rain on my daddy’s farm
‘Til I get it all stacked up high in the barn
And I’m gonna call my baby, she’s been waiting on me, yeah
She lives downtown on Sycamore Street and
The wheels on the blacktop are startin’ to whine
As I pass that Oklahoma City limit sign
I’m a hayseed and a plowboy
I’m a farm kid and a cowboy
I’m a roughneck
My daddy was a roughneck too, whoa
I run around with hillbilly girls
The weekend sits on my hillbilly world
You better be ready when the sun goes down
That’s when country comes to town
Well, her daddy said, “Child, better let him be”
Well, I don’t like him and he sure don’t like me
Her momma just says, “Y’all have a little fun
See, ain’t doin’ nothing me and papa ain’t done”
And, uh, open up the door to my pick-up truck
And my baby jumps in and she fires it up
And she gives me a kiss as I crawl in
We’ve been waiting all week for a weekend
I’m a hayseed and a plowboy
I’m a farm kid and a cowboy
I’m a roughneck
My daddy was a roughneck too, whoa
I run around with hillbilly girls
When the weekend sits on my hillbilly world
You better be ready when the sun goes down
‘Cause that’s when country comes to town
Yeah, it’s true I run around with hillbilly girls
The weekend sits on my hillbilly world
You better be ready when the sun goes down
That’s when country comes to town
Here I come