Keep-it-between-the-ditches meaning

(idiomatic) To stay out of trouble or follow a righteous (God-fearing) path.
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Origin of keep-it-between-the-ditches

  • This is a phrase that originated as a popular saying in the State of Alabama, particulary the northern part, to generally emphasize the desire to live a good and clean life. The rock band Drive By Truckers used the phrase in their song "The Rightgeous Path." Some members of the band are from the northern part of Alabama.

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