Alabama – Song Of The South (Official Video)

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Lyrics:
Singing: Song song of the south
Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
Gone, gone with the wind
There ain't nobody looking back again

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77 thoughts on “Alabama – Song Of The South (Official Video)”

    1. shanedog007

      MY GOD!, you used the R work years in advance? You should hear what the children say on the bus these days. . . all taught and nurtured textbook racism and hate, it’s all TAUGHT! You only absorb what you are surrounded with, my heart sinks when I hear all these elementary kids scream “RACISM” YOUR A RACIST’S “or BULLY, your a BULLY! just cause jack said he didn’t like jen’s sweater color, or some kid mentioned a “darker skinned” classmate. NOTHING was racist or wrong, just taught division and hate, Children are the most precious state’s of our existence, and we need to nurture, support, and teach them about the world we live-in, (AND protect them of virulent toxic movements”) We as parent’s have a right and decision over our children (WE ARE NOT NAZIS!) and a right of choice and will, if you push things as hard as anti American’s have, YOU HAVE A DAM RIGHT TO EXPECT RESISTANCE and opposition! America was founded on the land of the FREE, not those chained by bureaucracy, industry, 3rd parties, or slaves to those in power, and also the will to CHOSE if something is good or not for your family.

    2. @Sunnier2OP I think there’s some confusion here. There’s a Disney movie of the same name from about 70 years ago that is pretty racist by today’s standards. I think some folks are confusing this song with that movie.

  1. Yrasema Benavides

    I find nothing racist about this song. It’s a beautiful country song about the hardships that the south endured song from the point of view of white Americans. African Americans rap/sing about ghettos and my people sing about immigration repression and living in barrios. Every culture has their experiences, let them have their song.

    1. Jay-Keri LaBoo

      It’s not racist…. People now a days will twist everything into a racial issue when it’s clearly not just to argue….if people would actually listen to words behind the song they’d see it’s not racist

    2. Onic blackwell

      I get what you mean every race has a right to have fried in their people as long as it is it hateful towards another race and or people

  2. I grew up in a Northern upper middle class family that looked down on people from the South with those accents . As I entered the working world , I got to know many of these Southerners that had migrated North to work the mills , refinerys , etc to make a better life for their families . I found these folks to be some of the most hard working , honest people that I’ve had the pleasure to meet . Funny thing is , now I feel I have more in common with them than my Yankee family .

    1. Kenny Johnson

      @Day Dum Dim My sister met a dude from up north that thought we were so dumb that we didn’t have phones, but yeah, most people actually see a good human being that has as much intelligence as the next.

    2. Day Dum Dim

      @Kenny Johnson well if she don’t have a phone it makes her smarter but most dummies don’t know until they lose it so not much ya can do there but I did want to point out always having heard good things about folks from the south

  3. Mansour Bellah El-Hajj

    This music has good message it gives you a history lesson of how they survived the Great depression.

  4. Sharpcut_Lawncare

    I’m from a rural area of Kentucky I’ve been here my whole life. I’m a proud Southern patriot ????

  5. As a fellow Alabamian, I can say that this song is by far one of the best country songs known to man.

  6. Nickolas Smith

    Sad to say, the true heart of an American is dying. Where is the love? This song is not racist at all, we have a right to embrace being from the south and it doesn’t make us racist one bit. We are all the same inside.

    1. Tommie Linneman

      During the great depression everyone worked together, my grandma told us they would help the farmer that lived up the road and helped them pick cotton

    2. Granted, I know I am stepping into a comment war but the Song of the South that is considered racist is the zip-ah-dee-do-da song, not this one. This is my favorite song, anytime someone asked me my favorite song, I have to clarify that it is the non-controversial one and the one I’m talking about is about the great depression.

    3. Carina Gulyants

      I’m from Russia. I like this song. This is amazing music. And I don’t see racism here

  7. 2021 and Alabama is still my favorite band! Grew up in WY on a ranch and there’s not a lot of authentic country music anymore. Much appreciation for those who feed this country!!!

    1. do not disturb

      i’ve grown up in WY for most of my life, and they will always be my top favorite band.

    1. James Smith

      @Kyle Shiflet yeah that’s true, same here I grow up listening to country songs. Where are you from if I may ask?

    2. James Smith

      @Kyle Shiflet Ok nice place that’s good to know. Me am from Ohio. So how is your day going with you over there now and how’s the weather over there now if i may ask..?

  8. SmashBashCrashRC

    This song is truly amazing, hence touching my heart. Although being from Canada growing corn, the mindset is the same: Bless America and those who are free

    1. Terry Sullens

      I’ve had the privilege of visiting Canada with my family back in the 90’s. I loved it, I felt at home. God Bless you and Canada.

  9. I’m a son of the South, age 71. I love this song as some of my relatives experienced the hardships as shown in the video. They survived! Part of the greatest generation… nothing but pride in my heart for them.

    1. Liberty Dankmeme

      the place you grew up in no longer exists – the communists you allowed to run the government have destroyed it

    2. Day Dum Dim

      I once met a bill that did not take a liking to that sort music’s and I just bout fell over right out my work boots I couldn’t believe my ears so bad

    3. Day Dum Dim

      @Harrison Mantooth they got to be putting up with crazy Cali and ask them retards anyhow

    4. Eris Gh0sted

      God bless you. I’m a southern rebel too. Though I suspect we hold very different ideas about how to get where we’re going.
      I do miss the times of relative civility and respect that was afforded to men based on their character.

  10. This song makes me proud to be a southerner, and makes me feel comfortable with my accent, and slang in my vocabulary.

    The south will always be in my blood, and arkansas will forever be my home.

    1. you are you and no one else is you. there will never be another you. don’t ever forget it. you are absolutely unique.

  11. Our ancestors survived a Great Depression, we need to channel their spirit for what’s coming

  12. nakamine1713

    Been living overseas for the past 5 years. This came up in my recommended. Grew up in East TN. Brought more than a damn tear to my eye. Hope southern culture never goes away. I feel like it will though 🙁

    1. If the people here in Kentucky have any say our culture isn’t going anywhere. And hey man, don’t ya worry about a thing, we will be keeping the home fires burning until you return home to us?

    2. Terry Sullens

      Our southern heritage will never end. Just think about Star Trek 200 years in the future with them saying ‘Y’all’ while giving orders. A world without end.

    3. Constance Miller

      @JimmyBobbyjr remember the stories. Tell them to your children and grandchildren. Then they can say they were there too.

  13. thomas walker

    RIP Jeff Cook.. I remember the first time I heard Alabama as a kid living up north. My uncle from Florida was up visiting and played them for me, I was like 8… man, they just grabbed ya..real music

  14. Pamela Spain

    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Gone, gone with the wind
    There ain’t nobody lookin’ back again
    Cotton on the roadside, cotton in the ditch
    We all picked the cotton but we never got rich
    Daddy was a veteran, a Southern Democrat
    They ought to get a rich man to vote like that
    Sing it
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Gone, gone with the wind
    There ain’t nobody lookin’ back again
    Well, somebody told us Wall Street fell
    But we were so poor that we couldn’t tell
    Cotton was short and the weeds were tall
    But Mr. Roosevelt’s a-gonna save us all
    Well, Mama got sick and Daddy got down
    The county got the farm and we moved to town
    Papa got a job with the TVA
    He bought a washin’ machine and then a Chevrolet
    Sing it
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Gone, gone with the wind
    There ain’t nobody lookin’ back again
    Play it
    Sing it
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    (Gone) gone, gone with the wind
    There ain’t nobody lookin’ back again
    Song, song of the south
    (Gone) gone, gone with the wind
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Sing it
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Gone, gone with the wind
    Ain’t nobody lookin’ back again
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
    Gone, gone with the wind
    Ain’t nobody lookin’ back again
    Song, song of the south
    Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth

    1. scottraymond473@gmail.

      Hello Pamela happy new year you sound very interesting hope all is well with your family may God bless you all???

  15. Trigger Warning

    This song is so nostalgic. I miss being a youngster in Texarkana. Papa, nanny, Al, Peggy, Ralph, Barbara, Ricky, Uncle Greg, RIP. Miss ya’ll, keep a spot warm in the clouds for me ??

  16. terri brown

    12-26-22 I think theses guys are the best Country Music ever had, They Jeffie and his fiddle and Teddy with his guitar ? and the Voice Randy has is A #1. Love this band since day one! God bless you all and your family’s,Rip Jeffrey your loved and missed so much!

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