God and Country Music - George Strait

God and Country Music George Strait - Lyrics

Written By : Lori McKenna, Barry Dean & Luke Laird

[Verse 1]
God and country music
Like whiskey and a prayer
Like Johnny Cash's arm 'round Billy Graham
God and country music
They both never really change
You find 'em when you need 'em where you stand

[Chorus]
There's always lost in the found
And darkness in the "I saw the light"
It's livin' in those small towns
In some church or backroad honky-tonk tonight
It's a dance between the sin and the salvation
Come hell or high water, there's two things still worth savin'
God and country music
God and country music

[Verse 2]
God and country music
They both show you the truth
They've seen the low of the valley
And the highs of the mountains, too
Folded hands and guitar strings
Jukebox preachers and angels sing
Call you like they knew ya
Between the hell and hallelujah

[Chorus]
There's always lost in the found
And darkness in the "I saw the light"
It's still livin' in those small towns
In some church or backroad honky-tonk tonight
It's a dance between the sin and the salvation
Come hell or high water, there's two things still worth savin'
God and country music
God and country music

[Chorus]
There's always lost in the found
And darkness in the "I saw the light"
It's still livin' in those small towns
In some church or backroad honky-tonk tonight
It's a dance between the sin and the salvation
Come hell or high water, there's two things still worth savin'
God and country music
God and country music
God and country music
God and country music
George Strait God and Country Music