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  • 217.
    Song 'I Was Born To Love a Southern Girl'

    I was born to love a Southern girl,
    blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    I was born to love a Southern girl.

    Sittin on the tailgate
    evening of barbeque and fries,
    arm around her
    watch'en the stars dancing
    in her eyes.

    Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    I was born to love a Southern girl.

    Radio playing a country tune
    of love and sweet sunsets
    and harvest moons.
    The touch of our lips
    two hearts swoon.

    Green eyes, blue, brown,
    or teal,
    I was born to love a Southern girl.

    The rhyme of a mandolin
    sets her heart a flutter,
    and her downhome smile
    when the bluegrass starts
    can surely melt this man's heart.

    Blond hair, red hair, black hair,
    straight or curled,
    I was born to love a Southern girl.

    There's no doubt in my mind
    this Southern girl was born for me to hold,
    to sway as one
    to the sound of country music,
    in my arms I embrace pure gold.

    I was born to love a Southern girl
    blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    I was born to love a Southern girl.

    Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    I was born to love a Southern girl.

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    Born To Love a Southern Girl (neutral lyrics)

    A man is born to love a Southern girl,
    blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    a man is born to love a Southern girl.

    Sittin on the tailgate
    evening of barbeque and fries,
    his arm around her
    watch'en the stars dancing
    in her eyes.

    Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    a man is born to love a Southern girl.

    Radio playing a country tune
    of love and sweet sunsets
    and harvest moons.
    The touch of their lips
    two hearts swoon.

    Green eyes, blue, brown,
    or teal,
    a man is born to love a Southern girl.

    The rhyme of a mandolin
    sets her heart a flutter,
    and her downhome smile
    when the bluegrass starts
    can surely melt a man's heart.

    Blond hair, red hair, black hair,
    straight or curled,
    a man is born to love a Southern girl.

    There's no doubt in my mind
    a Southern girl was born
    for a man to hold,
    to sway as one
    to the sound of country music,
    in his arms he embraces pure gold.

    A man is born to love a Southern girl
    blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    a man is born to love a Southern girl.

    Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
    straight or curled,
    a man is born to love a Southern girl.



    (I Was Born To Love a Southern Girl, and Born To Love a Southern Girl, are copyrighted by Steven S. Walsky,2014, all rights reserved.) read more »

  • 218.
    The road to nowhere

    I'm on the road to nowhere
    it's a place I know they grow hair
    and I know a man with no hair
    so I'm on the road to nowhere read more »

  • 219.
    Life in the Drain

    There was a
    hair
    in
    my shower. read more »

  • 220.
    Your Hair

    Your hair, a city of chestnut brown
    With locks resilient like hands, steady ambidextrous hands
    And the chamomile bliss and breeze in the land,
    Subtly sit like an orphaned child read more »

  • 221.
    Hair and Image.

    Hairstyles are something I notice each day,
    having had a few hairdos in my time,
    from a high school crew cut to a clear part
    on the left, combed straight across to the right. read more »

  • 222.
    World Most Beautiful

    World's most soft thing
    'Your hairs'

    World's most lovely smile
    'Your Smile' read more »

  • 223.
    Old Tattoo and bleeding guitar.

    my old tattoo is fading
    away, my wild curly hair have
    something weird to say, why
    my guitar is bleeding today? read more »

  • 224.
    Haiku Wind

    I like it best when
    The wind bullies graying hair read more »

  • 225.
    Golden hair

    I'm not lettin' you go there is a shine in your eyes

    When you sang the hourglasses pedicure-set
    A naked front, somethin' where you're at read more »

  • 226.
    With a Flower in Her Hair

    She asked how she looked with the flower in her hair.
    Shocked by her beauty, the words did elude me.
    But later, thinking back, the memory decreed words.
    A pretty woman with a flower in her hair read more »

  • 227.
    A Softer Place

    i've held this breath
    since i blew that permanent sigh
    in your temporary direction...
    did i turn and look read more »

  • 228.
    Advents of the Sun

    Over my empty shoulders
    I want you to sear past my skin
    Split my valley with your hair
    as I lay on my back read more »

New Hair Poems

  1. Life in the Drain, Hannah Everette
  2. Hair and Image., michael walker
  3. Symmetries, Paul Hartal
  4. Let Your Hair Fly in the Air Please, Md. Ziaul Haque
  5. See if I care, Mark Heathcote
  6. hair, Nikhil Parekh
  7. whisky complexioned hair wig, Nikhil Parekh
  8. One Grey-Hair, Egbe Chris
  9. hair poem, lee fones
  10. Hair The Musical...After 50 Years, Jim Yerman
  11. Battles., Samm Rodriguez
  12. Song 'I Was Born To Love a Southern Girl', Steven S. Walsky
  13. Hair Between MyToes.............. [VERY .., Bri Edwards
  14. At The Hair Dresser Saloon, Toshie Nohara
  15. Hairs Hairs, gajanan mishra
  16. Hair:, Lea Andrea AAA
  17. Curled were the waves, Emmanuel George Cefai
  18. Hair Hair Everywhere, Vishal Sharma
  19. CCCC My real-life Indian Rapunzel and ha.., S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
  20. Golden hair, Pierre Rausch
  21. Special you, Pierre Rausch
  22. Bad Hair Day (Free Style), Dorian Petersen Potter
  23. Harbor, Tiger Lily
  24. Coffee House of Caffeine, Kevin Rottweiler
  25. No Title, Hanh Nguyen
  26. Hair Brushing and Love Wanting, Terry Collett
  27. Hair-cut, gajanan mishra
  28. The Swan, Emma Latz
  29. Hair Hair Everywhere, Vizard Dhawan
  30. Cats, EMMANUEL CHRIS NYASULU
  31. The road to nowhere, Neil McGreevy
  32. Surrender, Igor Grey Balatsky
  33. Ponytail Girl, Amelia Patterson
  34. Abandoned, Baylor B...
  35. Want More Hair?, John W. McEwers
  36. Anabella In The Morning, Guillermo Veloso
  37. The Best Way to Comb the Blonde Hair, Garland Jodie Jeen
  38. The barbar down the lane, Henry Nii Ayi Cobblah
  39. The Accentuated Curls, Sasha Ioffine
  40. Gray, Victoria Horn
  41. This Morning At The Barbershop, Gert Strydom
  42. Your Hair, Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  43. Pride, Denvor fernandez
  44. Brilliantine, Sammy Edrisi
  45. HAIR DOWN, Aldo Kraas
  46. Hairy Woes, Dr Hitesh Sheth
  47. Free Will, Saint Eule
  48. Aish is all graceful, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  49. My Mothers Hair, Ovwigho Joseph Ovedje
  50. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Knot u.., Mamta Agarwal
  51. erotic hair, RIC S. BASTASA
  52. comb my hair, Jessica Hendrix
  53. *ANGRY*, Ke'Love Moss
  54. Hair, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  55. Skin Hair, Merlin Mwaura
  56. Hair, Joe Rosochacki
  57. Hair Puller, LilMsz. ToGood
  58. Baldness, Jim O'Donnell
  59. Quality, Kyle Balliet
  60. bYou've Never Loved Til' You've Loved in.., Barry A. Lanier
  61. Lookism, BlackXWhiteFeathers Raven Me ..
  62. Lucy's Locks!, Tracey TEE
  63. oh pretty ballerina, Korey Buffo
  64. Shinning gem's, Antonio Liao
  65. Hair translation, Hannah Blair
  66. WHEN YOU TOUCHED ME SONG, Aldo Kraas
  67. Skin Hair…, Merlin Mwaura
  68. YOUR HAIR DREAMS, Dónall Dempsey
  69. MY HAIR, Morhardt Carmen Mencita Mono ..
  70. Her Hair, cyclopseven Ram
  71. The monk with long pretty hair, David Whittingham
  72. MO CAILIN ALAINN RUA(My Beautiful Red Ha.., Dónall Dempsey
  73. She loves her hair stretched, RIC S. BASTASA
  74. Ice Cream Hair, Jasmine Aira
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