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the kitchen cookin' 
The hound dog's on the back porch lookin' 
The rooster crows the same time every day 

Green river, you're still my home 
I miss you
That I can take a bottle or can leave it alone
And if her daddy doesn't like it he can keep his daughter at home
And young Johnny will go rovin' with
She packed her bags and moved to Florida 
I've been blue since she's been gone
And this bowling green motel room 
Is now my old Kentucky home
All
little patch of green.
Won't you lie down here right now 

In this September grass?
Won't you lie down with me now, 
September grass.

Oh,
johnny cash, 
Englebert Humperdink, or the rare earth

The revolution will not be televised

The revolution will not be right back after a message
Tom Jones, Johnny Cash
Englebert Humperdink, or the Rare Earth

The revolution will not be televised

The revolution will not be right back after
Hello, I'm Johnny Cash
One night I had a backstage pass
To a Willie Nelson show

There were wackoes and weirdoes and dingbats and dodoes
And athletes
in

And every town that I travel through made me want to go home again
The green green grass and the rollin' hills seem to keep a callin' me
Back
Looked good to me
Smoking grass while the summer passed
In the real organic sea
Where everything was green

Then we had a kid and we split apart
I
Onassis blowing her nose.
The theme song will not be written by Jim Webb,
Francis Scott Key, nor sung by Glen Campbell, Tom
Jones, Johnny Cash, Englebert
here on the shore
    And the grass was so green and the water so blue



Well our house stood right over there
Of course they took it down for
Fidel wasn't home 
So they showed us where the sugar was grown 

Chorus Havana Bound hi-jacked by some joker 
Took me down to Cuba 
Where the grass
Fidel wasn't home 
So they showed us where the sugar was grown 

Chorus Havana Bound hi-jacked by some joker 
Took me down to Cuba 
Where the grass
Tom Jones, Johnny Cash
Englebert Humperdink, or the Rare Earth

The revolution will not be televised

The revolution will not be right back after
Maybe just fate, but the blades hit
The 'copter went up in flames
And johnny never went marchin' home
Johnny never went marchin' home

They took his name
Diesel smoke climbin' to the clear blue sky I sit here wonderin' wanderin' why
I leave her everytime I love her
Green grass growin' by picket fence
Me and Johnny sittin in the green grass
I don't remember too much from that far back in the past
But man, oh man, was Johnathan a laugh
In those
wears down Sisters and brothers are coming home To see the Santiago dawn 
Santiago sunrise See them marching home See them rising like grass through
bones
I've seen people without homes
And it's all with the passing of my life

I've seen highways headin' down
I've seen green grass turn to brown
This is "my home town song"
A "how it's like at home song"
Spending hours all alone
Waiting by the phone

It's hard to say come closer
When
Look at the ivy on the cold clinging wall
Look at the flowers and the green grass so tall
It's not a matter of when push comes to shove
It's just
Jimmy won't you please come home
Where the grass is green and the buffaloes roam 
Come see Jimmy your uncle Jim
Your auntie Jim and your cousin
Look at the ivy on the cold clinging wall
Look at the flowers and the green grass so tall
It's not a matter of when push comes to shove
It's just
Held my breath and dAnnotaterove through a maze of wealthy homes
I watched how green the trees were
I watched the steep walkways and the white
every town,
By God, but it brings me to tears.
When I got home, I found just a flower on the mound
Where it shamed the green grasses of spring.
It grew