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A Kid’s View of “Dirt On My Boots” from Homegrown Kids Country Vol. 1

*Note from Staff Writer, Patti McClintic:  This brief review was written by my almost-9-year-old-granddaughter, Abigail.  She chose to review the song, “Dirt On My Boots, from the album Homegrown Kids Country Vol. 1 (Broken Bow Records), produced by Ross Copperman.  The only edit I made to her typing was to italicize the album name, otherwise, I left it as she handed it to me.  She will be entering 4th grade in August and received a Writing Award at the end of this school year.


From the song “Dirt on My Boots” in a children album, I love the song for two reasons.

Video courtesy of Homegrown Kids and YouTube

My first reason that I loved that is because they had a lot of enthusiasm in their voices. I think they did because they were very excited to sing the song. That is my first reason of why I like this song.

My second reason is because it was done by children. You never hear children singing and playing guitar often. This my second reason I love the song.

This is my very first opinion writing on “Think Country” so I hope you like it. I really enjoyed this. Make sure to listen to “Dirt on My Boots” on the Homegrown Kids Country Vol. 1  childrens album.

By: Abigail Howard



Patti McClintic
I'm Patti. Rock music is my first love. Country came later, but once I was in, I was all in. I'm a history geek, so I love learning about classic country and anything attached to it. You might find me strolling the cemeteries of Nashville, having silent conversations with the songwriters and artists that shaped this amazing genre. I'm an amateur genealogist with over 20,000 people on my family tree. I'm a Buffalo, New York girl living in a Nashville, Tennessee world with my husband and my furry kids. My real kid is an adult and lives in New York with her own three daughters. I'm addicted to SongPop and I don't care to enter rehab to fix that. If you ask me about myself, I'll tell you I have an eight-year old mind, a 77-year old soul and a middle-aged body. I'm a mess. :)
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