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Top 10 Censored Songs in Country Music

Country stars have long been known to speak their minds through their lyrics, but usually not using four letter words.

While it’s common in other genres to have two different versions of a song — one clean and one explicit — it’s really pretty rare in country music.

The Boot found a few over the years who dare to swear …

'Baggage Claim' - Miranda Lambert

Original Line: "Come and get your s---!"

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "Come and get it."

‘Lookin' for a Good Time' - Lady Antebellum

Original Line: "Would you get the wrong impression if I called us a cab right now?"

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "Would you get the wrong impression if I asked you to dance right now?"

'Toes' - Zac Brown Band

Original Line: "I got my toes in the water, ass in the sand."

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "I got my toes in the water, toes in the sand."

'Friends in Low Places' - Garth Brooks

 Third Verse Edition: "Just wait til I finish this glass. Then sweet little lady, I'll head back to the bar ... And you can kiss my ass."

'Picture' - Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow

 Original Line: "I've been fueling up on cocaine and whiskey."

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "I’ve been fueling up on (bleep) and whiskey."

'Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)' - Toby Keith

 Original Line: "We'll put a boot in your ass, it's the American way!"

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "We'll put a boot in your (bleep), it's the American way!"

'Picture to Burn' - Taylor Swift

Original Line: "I'll tell mine you're gay."

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "You won't mind if I say."

'The Devil Went Down to Georgia' - Charlie Daniels

Original Line: "I done told you once you son-of-a-b----, I'm the best there's ever been."

Squeaky Clean Alternative: "I done told you once you son-of-a-gun, I'm the best there's ever been."

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