Something about these winding roads
Makes me feel I’m home again
Taking me back to what I know
Reminding me of who I am
Something about this cold, mountain air
Helps me breathe
There’s something about this little town
That brings me back to me Oh, how I miss my grandma
And the flowers she planted in her yard
Oh, how I miss my granddaddy
And the smell of his old cigars
Even though I’ve been away for a couple of years
And nobody here knows my name
There’s still no home like this placeSomething about these starry nights
Makеs my heart feel whole again
Singing old hymns by fire light
Clеanses me of my city sins
Something about these wide open skies
Helps me see
There’s something about this little town
That brings me back to meOh, how I miss all those summers
Staying up late counting falling stars
Oh, how I miss my two uncles
And the strumming of their Martin guitars
Even though I’ve been away for a couple of years
And nobody here knows my name
There’s still no home like this placeI would give anything if I could just go back
For one more day
But I all I have left now are memories and I come back here
So they won’t fadeOh, how I miss my innocence
And my unbroken heart
Oh, how I miss the way I used to be
Before all the scars
But oh, how I love how the way this little town
Reminds you of who you are
And even though I’ve been away
And nobody knows my name
There’s still no home like this place
No, there’s no home like this

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