"If the South Woulda Won" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Hank Williams Jr.. It was released in July 1988 as the first single from the album Wild Streak. The song reached number 8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Lyrically, the song is about what Williams, Jr. would have done as President of the southern States had the South won the Civil War. He mentions all the states from the Confederacy as well as Kentucky (though it was not among the states which seceded) and includes how he would put his father on $100 bills and make Elvis Presley's death a national holiday.
"If the South Woulda Won" samples the folk anthem, "Dixie" in the refrain. At that juncture, Williams considers running for president of the southern states.
List of States Mentioned/Changes 
||What Hank Williams Jr. Would Do as President
||Move the Supreme Court there
||Teach Americans Cajun cooking
||Move the national capital to Montgomery
||Put all drug dealers in jail
||Have all the whiskey made there
||Have all of the horses raised in the hills
||Move the National Treasury to Tupelo
|North Carolina &
|Have all of the cars made in the Carolinas
||Send all girls there to learn how to speak with a Southern accent
||Have all of the fiddles made there
||Drink some wine with Clifton Clowers on Wolverton Mountain