Hollywood Hillbilly (Watson Dale)

From Tennessee the shaky town; that little boy did good. He's got his name up in lights; he's the top of Hollywood. You take a boy out of the country; and he's a country boy still. He looks down at the city lights; from his Hollywood hills. He's a Hollywood hillbilly, stearing along bearing willie, johnny cash and lefty; down with a sunset in mind. No he ain't one to try to hide it; he's a southern man with southern pride. That ridge runner just kickin back; sippin' on the moonshine. You know what; he's gettin culture out there, as you know he's a tribute to the stars. Tinsle-touls's got tensle-ladies; with tinsle sights on his car. His belongings are little chickbutts, and the apple of his eye. Crippled dog and friends and family, are always by his side. He's a Hollywood hillbilly, stearing along bearing willie, johnny cash and lefty; down with a sunset in mind. No he ain't one to try to hide it; he's a southern man with southern pride. That ridgerunner just kickin back; sippin' on the moonshine. That ridgerunner just kickin back, kickin back, kickin back, kickin back, kickin back, sippin' on the moonshine.