Somethin' 'Bout A Truck
Lyrics Kip Moore

Written by: Kip Moore, Dan Couch

Produced by: Brett James

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Something about a truck in a farmer's field
A no trespass sign, you got time to kill
Nobody's gonna get hurt, so what's the big deal
Something about a truck in a farmer's field

Something about beer sitting on ice
After a long hard day makes it taste just right
On that dropped tailgate on a summer night
Something about beer sitting on ice

Something about a girl in a red sundress
With an ice cold beer pressed against her lips
In that farmer's field, will make a boy a mess
Something about a girl in a red sundress

Something about a kiss that's gonna lead to more
On that dropped tailgate, back behind the corn
The most natural thing, you've ever felt before
Something about a kiss that's gonna lead to more

Something about a truck in a field
And a girl in a red sundress with an ice cold beer to her lips
Begging for another kiss
Something about you and me and the birds and the bees
And Lord have mercy it's a beautiful thing
Ain't nothing 'bout it luck, something 'bout a truck

Something about a creek around 2 a.m.
After a few of those beers you wanna dive on in
You don't need no clothes, just hang em on a limb
Something about a creek around 2 a.m.

Something about a truck in a field
And a girl in a red sundress with an ice cold beer to her lips
Begging for another kiss
Something about you and me and the birds and the bees
And Lord have mercy it's a beautiful thing
Ain't nothing 'bout it luck, something 'bout a truck
Ain't nothing 'bout it luck, there's something 'bout a truck

Song facts

"That fell into our laps after we had already written a song that day. Dan started walking out of the room while I was playing that groove to the song. I thought he was gone, but he popped his head back in the door and he spit out the first line. We sat down and started goofing around. He called his wife and said, 'I'm going to be about an hour late.'

The cool thing about Dan is that he will let me run with things that other writers might not let me run with. We wrote four verses before the chorus ever came out. But it ended up making the song unique. We kept kind of building on the theme.

I think anybody that comes from a small town has lived that song. I lived that song 5,000 times growing up. When you are from a small town like I am, there's not a whole lot to do. You have to make your own fun and there's a lot of sitting in fields, and a whole lot of Bud Light and fishing poles. It's real hot in south Georgia, so all of the girls were wearing sundresses. It was all you needed back then – a truck bed, beer, a radio and good company with you. It's a fun song that everybody lived at a young age." - Kip Moore

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