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Home In Tennessee
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Melancoly song about going home after years on the road as a touring musician.
Country - Country General
Charts #753 in subgenre today (peak #5)
Previous peak charts position #13
Alan D. David, BMI / Diana Bowers, BMI
2011 Alan D. David, BMI / Diana Bowers, BMI
November 05, 2011
MP3 3.2 MB
128 kbps bitrate
3:30 minutes
Story behind the song
It just came to us from nowhere!
Lyrics
HOME IN TENNESSEE (c) 2011 Alan D. David, BMI / Diana Bowers, BMI (V1) Sitting on my back porch, my woman and me Strumming on my old guitar It's a cool fall night in Tennessee Whooperwill calling, firelies buzzing No other place I'd rather be Hoot owl calling from an old oak tree Kids are all gone, just the two of us The old hound dog makes three This is how we dreamed life would be CHORUS I've been gone more than I've been home Pickin' on that old six-string And now I'm settled down here on this farm Yes I'm home in Tennessee, right where I belong Home in Tennessee, with my woman on my arm (V2) I was born and raied right here In these Tennessee hills This will always be my home I dreamed each night of being back Where my roots are planted deep This is where my heart belongs How I missed these tall oak trees And the misty morning fog And the frost of an early autumn freeze. CHORUS I've been gone more than I've been home Pickin' on that old six-string And now I'm settled down here on this farm Yes I'm home in Tennessee, right where I belong Home in Tennessee, with my woman on my arm (V3) I'll be here til they carry me To my yresting place Underneath that old oak tree But til then you'll find me here In the Smokey Mountain haze This is where God meant me to be I've been almost everywhere And seen most everything But there's nothing like my home in Tennessee CHORUS I've been gone more than I've been home Pickin' on that old six-string And now I'm settled down here on this farm Yes I'm home in Tennessee, right where I belong Home in Tennessee, with my woman on my arm
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