Acid Country By: Tim Wilson Verse 1: G C Mama made us listen to Pink Floyd and Floyd Kramer. G D We had three square meals of mushrooms and cornbread. G C Mama's kitchen smelled a lot like inscents and cathead biscuits. G D G We'd watch Porter and Dolly and throw on the Grateful Dead. Chorus 1: C G Born and raised on, Acid Country D Eatin' turnip greens and a handful of Nembutal G Yeah daddy couldn't take it he had to go C You can't play Hendrix on a banjo G D G Mama "walked the floor" and laid "another brick in the wall" Verse 2: G C Our heroes were Roy Acuff and Abby Hoffman G D We grew up outside of Woodstock Tennessee G C Listenin' to Farron Young and a side of Inna Godda Davida G D G Mama made a well rounded outcast out of me Chorus 2: C G Born and raised on acid country G D Eatin' cold ham hocks and a handful of Placidyl G Yeah daddy couldn't take it he had to go C Playin Alice Cooper on a dobro G D G Wearin' leather hip huggers and workin in the cotton mills Bridge: C G And "if you don't eat your meat you can't have any pudding" D And son your "walkin' on the Fightin' side of me" G C Yeah "excuse me while I kiss the sky", "I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die" G D G And Chet Adkins playin' the guitar on the MTV Ohh Ooo Ohh Chorus 3: C G Born and raised on, Acid Country G D Makin' "smoke on the water" sound a lot like "Uncle Pen" G And daddy couldn't take it he had to go C You can't mix Deep Purple with Bill Monroe G D G And "sunshine of your love" while yodeling.