Eddie & Troy Promise To Keep Their Values In Genuine ‘You Do Your Thing’

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While the simple country values and life don’t always agree with everyone, nobody is going to tell someone else how to live their life – at least not the guys from Montgomery Gentry

In their 2004 hit “You Do Your Thing” they express how they will always stay true to their own values – which line up with those of many fellow country folk. Things like going into the mountains, serving their country, working hard, and praying to God are all listed throughout the impactful ballad. 

While outlining their values, Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry also point out that not everyone has the same opinion or beliefs as them – and that’s just fine. 

“Hey, I’ll worry about me
You just worry about you
And I’ll believe what I believe
And you believe what you believe too”

Throughout the video, Eddie is shown in black and white against a towering mountain backdrop while Troy is confronted with the various situations and conflict of opinions presented in the lyrics. All-in-all it’s a bold statement, and one they summarize in the final line, “You ain’t gonna be my judge / ’cause my judge will judge us all one day.”

Watch the music video for “You Do Your Thing” below.

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