Pistol Annies “Boys From The South” Lyrics & Audio

pistol annies

photo: Pistol Annies Facebook

Pistol Annies' "Boys From The South" is one of Miranda Lambert's favorite songs from the group's 2011 album, 'Hell on Heels.' Enjoy it here!

The inspiration for this Pistol Annies song came from Miranda Lambert when she was thinking about how southern boys have a certain undeniable sort of charm. “It’s one of our favorite songs on the album. Every time I play it live anywhere, especially below the Mason-Dixon, people love it,” said Miranda.

“Boys From The South” fits in with the theme of the album, songs about women dealing with real life things, southern boys definitely being one of the better ones. The trio’s Hell on Heels album was released in 2011 and brings back some good memories.

Enjoy the audio and lyrics below!

“Boys From The South” Lyrics

Maybe he’s in Texas, maybe this town
Maybe Oklahoma plowin’ up some ground
Southern Carolina, somewhere on the coast,
Maybe Alabama drivin’ through Montgomery right now.
There’s somethin’ ’bout a boy from the South.

Maybe he’s in Florida, somewhere in the pines,
Maybe on the Delta throwin’ out a line,
Maybe he’s in Georgia, starin’ at the stars,
Maybe Tennessee pickin’ on a guitar right now.
There’s somethin’ ’bout a boy from the South

Yeah, the first time I felt it I was only 16,
And he kissed me underneath the chinaberry tree.
Said “Goodnight darlin’, ” with a sweet southern drawl.
Man, I think I might just have to love them all
The boys from the South.

Yeah, yeah, yeah

Maybe in Kentucky, workin’ in the mines.
Maybe down in Little Rock, just to pass the time.
Maybe he’s somewhere in New Orleans,
Livin’ it up in the Big Easy right now.
There’s somethin’ ’bout a boy from the South.

Yeah, the first time I felt it I was only 16,
And he kissed me underneath the chinaberry tree.
Said “Goodnight darlin’, ” with a sweet southern drawl.
Man, I think I might just have to love them all
The boys from the South.

Yeah, yeah, yeah

Maybe he’s in Texas, maybe this town.
My boys from the South.

Ooh, ooh, ooh

Don’t forget to share these lyrics with other Pistol Annies fans!

View Comments (0)
Loading...
Loading...