Buck Naked Lyrics - Hank Williams, Jr.

Hank Williams, Jr. Born to Boogie cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1987
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
length: 3:20
I got a rock in my shoe
my jeans are cuttin me in two
My underwears too tight
my clothes don't ever fit right
My collars so tight
it's poppin my viens
we walk around
in constant pain

When I get home from work
I usually start with my shirt
I leave a trail behind
when I undress I unwind
I like to let it all hang out
hey don't you know what I'm talkin about

It feels so good to get
buck naked, that aint no sin
buck naked, whear my skinny skin skin
buck naked in my birthday suit
buck naked an I don't give a hoot
buck naked like a centure of old
buck naked is the way to go

I joined a nudist colony
they make me green with envy
they spend no money on clothes
they've got their own dress code
they walk around au natural
no more expensive dry cleanin bills

they just like to get
buck naked, swimmin on the beach
buck naked they're so squeaky clean
buck naked in their birthday suits
buck naked now aint they cute
buck naked watch the sun shile she sets
buck naked what ya sees what ya get

My girl says you dont't know how it feels
to walk around in pantyhose and hiheels
you oughta try to wear a bra all day
you don't know the price a gurls gotta pay
we wear our clothes so tight we can't move
she said you don't know what a woman goes thru

It feels so good to get
buck naked, like Adam and Eve
buck naked, like a monkey in the trees
buck naked like Tarzan and Jane
Buck naked no more high fashioned pain
buck naked like a centerfold
buck naked is the way to go

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  • 1 Born to Boogie
  • 2 Honky Tonk Women
  • 3 Young Country
  • 4 Keep Your Hands to Yourself
  • 5 Buck Naked
  • 6 Heaven Can't Be Found
  • 7 Thanks a Lot
  • 8 What It Boils Down To
  • 9 Shadow Face
  • 10 Practice What I Preach