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Zac Brown Band & Blake Shelton – Out in the Middle Lyrics


There’s an old rural route

Two-lane

Take it out past

Where the radio just can’t

Past the river bridge

With a rope swing

And a mailbox painted all

John Deere green

The end of a bunch of

Gravel driveway

Out here doing our own thing

Out in the middle

Where the hard work meets

Hard living

Out in the middle

Where we’re grown

Till we’re gone, God willing

Just some good old boys

And good old girls,

Hunting red dirt dreams

In a concrete world

Getting by on just a little,

Out in the middle

Come Friday, we come undone

Stay half-lit

Like the High Life neon

Barely hanging on like sheds

In the pole barn

You can hear Hank clear

‘Cross the next farm


City folk say we’re crazy

But they ain’t never been way

Out in the middle

Where the hard work meets

Hard living

Out in the middle

Where we’re grown

Till we’re gone, God willing

Just some good old boys

And good old girls,

Hunting red dirt dreams

In a concrete world

Getting by on just a little,

Out in the middle

Of nowhere,

That’s where I wanna be

In the old oak shade

By the family graves

With the southern ground on me

Out in the middle

Where the hard work meets

Hard living

Out in the middle

Where we’re grown

Till we’re gone, God willing

Just some good old boys

And good old girls,

Hunting red dirt dreams

In a concrete world

Getting by on just a little,

Out in the middle

 


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