Marc Kuchner Music
Cottonmouth Country
Lyrics
Cottonmouth Country
writers: Marc Kuchner and Mike Daniels

Far away from the interstate
Deep in Clayton county
Where the moss hangs like curtains
And they still sell nickel candy
That's the place I love best
Where the river runs through the Cypress

That's cottonmouth, cottonmouth country
Where life is honest and free
Where people say aloud what they care about
Home and faith and family
I'm swampland riverboat proud
In cottonmouth country, yeah

Well, Joey caught an eight-pound catfish
And he gave it away, hey hey
To Dwayne who lives out by the furnace trail
Who lost his job yesterday, hey yeah
Well, sometimes we get in hot water
But we do our best to take care of each other

In cottonmouth, cottonmouth country
Where life is honest and free
Where people say aloud what they care about
Home and faith and family
I'm crawdad log-cabin proud
In cottonmouth country

That's where I was baptized in tea colored water
Where I feel stronger, where I stand up taller

That's cottonmouth, cottonmouth country
Where I've got friends who'd die for me
And I can say aloud what I care about
Home and faith and family
I'm Southland America proud
In cottonmouth country, yeah
Cottonmouth country

Copyright 2011 Marc Kuchner and Mike Daniels
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Marc Kuchner and Mike Daniels
Music Credits: Marc Kuchner
Producer Credits: Scott Neubert
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Performance Credits: Matt Dame, vocals
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Metadata
Song Length: 3:11
Primary Genre: Country-Contemporary
Secondary Genre: Country-Rock
Tempo: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Rivers
Subject Matter 2: Pride
Mood 1: Peaceful
Similar Artist 1: Tim Mcgraw
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later