The New South
Hank Williams Jr.
New South by Hank Williams Jr. Album: New South D G D G D G D [D] Last fall we elected the man from [G] plains. And theres [Em] been and lot of [A] talk about a great big [D] change. But the Atlanta Braves they still loose too many [G] games. and they [Em] new south thank [A] God is still the [D] same. Old Nashville has still got a song and dance and the Florida girls still wear no under pants, and we all get drunk at the football games and the new south thank God is still the same. Chorus [A] The New South is still the same and [G] I'm so glad of [D] it. I don't [A] want no little ol' danish rolls I [G] must have ham and [D] grits. and my [D] woman does look [A] good in her [D] t shirt, standing in the Georgia [G] rain. and the [Em] New South thank [A] God is still the [D] same. D G D G D G D Well my ol' grand daddy, he still farms the land, and down in miami the voted in the all over town. And i'm hooked on those Carolina dreams and the new south thank God is still the same. Well my Boston girl she read in the New York Times, that is was very sheek now to speak southern lines, though she sounds kind of funny when she says y'all come again. and the new south thank God is still the same. Chorus And my [D] Boston girl says she [A] likes it [D] loving on the river [G] bank. And the [Em] New South thank [A] God is still the [D] same