Loretta Lynn - You're Lookin' at Country

Loretta Lynn sings You're Lookin' At Country  on Grand Ole Opry.

Lynn wrote "You're Lookin' At Country" in response to viewing the open country while touring on the road. Lynn said in an interview that she was inspired by all the meadows and hills that she saw while passing through the country to write this song. The song was unlike anything Lynn had been releasing at the time, besides "Coal Miner's Daughter" from the previous year. This was because the song did not speak of the common subjects Lynn often used in her songs.

Loretta Lynn - You're Lookin' At Country Lyrics

Well I like my loving done country style

And this little girl would walk a country mile

To find her a good ole slow talking country boy

I said a country boy

I'm about as old fashioned as I can be

And I hope you're liking what you see

Cause if you're looking at me

You're looking at country


You don't see no city when you look at me

Cause country's all I am

I love running barefoot through the old cornfields

And I love that country ham

Well you say I'm made just to fit your plans

But there's a barnyad shavel pick your hands

If your eyes are on me you're lookin' at country


This here country is a little green

And there's a lotta country that you ain't seen

I'll show you around if you'll show me a wedding band

I said a wedding band

When it comes to love well I know about that

Country folks all know where it's at

If you're looking at me

You're looking at country

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