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Dottie West performs "Country Sunshine",Live on That Nashville Music

Dottie West performs "Country Sunshine",Live on That Nashville Music.

"Country Sunshine" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West, remembered both as one of West's biggest chart hits, and also as the jingle from a classic Coca-Cola television ad: co-written by West with Billy Davis and Dianne Whiles, "Country Sunshine" was released September 1973 as the first single from West's Country Sunshine album.

The song is about a contented country girl whose love interest hopes to coax into relocating with him to an urban area: although the singer admits "it's inviting to go where life is more exciting" the implication is that she must stay put, having been "raised on country sunshine".

Dottie West - Country Sunshine lyrics

 

I love you please believe me I wouldn't want you to ever leave me

But I was raised on country sunshine

I was raised on country sunshine green grass beneath my feet

Runnin' through fields of daisies a wadin' through the creek

You love me and it's invitin' to go where life is more excitin'

But I was raised on country sunshine

I was raised on country sunshine I'm happy with the simple things

A Saturday night dance a picture show and the joy that the bluebird brings

I love you please believe me I wouldn't want you to ever leave me

But I was raised on country sunshine

There's just something bout the mornin' makes each day a joy to see

Nighttime brings a peaceful feelin' to rest inside of me

I love you please believe me I wouldn't want you to ever leave me

But I was raised on country sunshine

Oh I love you please believe me...

Uh huh I was raised on country sunshine oh oh I was raised on country sunshine


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