Listen to Muckalee Creek Water song with lyrics from Luke Bryan

Muckalee Creek Water

Luke Bryan9 Aug 2011

Muckalee Creek Water Lyrics

It flows underneath the 32 bridge

It cuts through the heart of south Georiga

Big copper heads and mean wild pigs

And gator's in the weeds waitin' for ya

I leave my phone in the truck

I leave my truck at the road

My four-wheeler gets me to where I wanna go

I leave the world behind I pull my hat down low

Get back to my roots by a full moon glow

I got an old John boat that I stow down there

On them hot summer

Nights

When I get a wild hair

I got a moonshine stash in a Cypress stump

And a catfish line goin' BUMP BUMP

And old tractor tire when I sit by the fire

And drink to a sweet swamp song

So if you're looking for me don't even bother

When I dip my feet in that Muckalee Creek Water

Daddy brought me down here when I was a kid

Taught me how to bait a crawfish basket

 

From the time I was old enough to walk

He had me running down squirrels and rabbits

I feel right at home in this neck of the woods

If this was all I had I'd be living good

So let the stock market do what its gonna do

Let the dollar go down and gas soar through the roof

I got an old John boat that I stow down there

On them hot summer

Nights

When I get a wild hair

I got a moonshine stash in a Cypress stump

And a catfish line goin' BUMP BUMP

And old tractor tire when I sit by the fire

And drink to a sweet swamp song

So if you're looking for me don't even bother

When I dip my feet in that Muckalee Creek Water

I'm free and I'm me being everything that I wanna be

Nobody jackin with me No sign of the city lights

Hell with them city lights

Well I got an old John boat that I stow down there

On them hot

Summer nights

When I get a wild hair

I got a moonshine stash in a Cypress stump

And a catfish line goin' BUMP BUMP BUMP

And old tractor tire when I sit by the fire

And drink to a sweet swamp song

So if you're looking for me don't even holler

When I get down deep in that Muckalee Creek Water

 

That Mucklee Creek Water