Hank Williams Jr. “Texas Women” Video & Lyrics

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Country music legend Hank Williams Jr.'s "Texas Women" gives an appreciative shout out to the ladies of the famed Lone Star State! Enjoy the video and lyrics here.

Hank Williams Jr.‘s “Texas Women” was written and recorded by the Country music icon and released in February 1981. The tune was the first single from Williams’ album Rowdy and hit No. 1 on the Country chart.

Enjoy “Texas Women” performed live below!

“Texas Women” Lyrics

I’ve got some fond memories of San Angelo
And I’ve seen some beauty queens in El Paso
But the best lookin’ women that I’ve ever seen
Have all been in Texas and all wearin’ jeans

I’m a country plow-boy, not an urban cowboy
And I don’t ride bulls but I have fought some men
Drive a pickup truck, trust in God and luck
And I live to love Texas women

I thought I’d seen beauty in faraway places
Till I looked upon those Houston faces
Spent Hollywood nights up in Beverly Hills
But they weren’t nothin’ like one night down in Brownsville

I’m a country plow-boy, not an urban cowboy
And I don’t ride bulls but I have fought some men
Drive a pickup truck, trust in God and luck
And I live to love Texas women

I’m a pretty fair judge of the opposite sex
And I ain’t seen nothin’ that will touch ’em yet
They may be from Waco or out in Lampassas
But one thing about it, they all come from Texas

I’m a country plow-boy, not an urban cowboy
And I don’t ride bulls but I have fought some men
Drive a pickup truck, trust in God and luck
And I live to love Texas women

I’m an Oiler fan not a soccer man
And my arms are red and so is my blood
And they make it boil with that soft Texas drawl
And I love ’em all, Texas women

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