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start making a deal
Inspired by gravity

That little spot on the ground is my hometown
I like to call it my home and it's sweet
I'd rather take
by the Ladies' Club
And took the city founder statue down
Since Consolidated Whozit Subdivision of Universal-What-You-Call-It bought my old hometown
(for P.Y.)
Here I am: "Hometown Boy Makes Good"
Writes one critic.
All my childhood I lived
By the blue Pacific.
Anytime that reality
Makes me
West back along the line
I'm going now to the place that's best that old hometown of mine

Chorus  Eight more miles and Louisville will come into my
West back along the line
I'm going now to the place that's best that old hometown of mine

Eight more miles and Louisville will come into my view
I got a booking with the airlines
Pack up and going to go
I'm gonna leave here by plane, darling
Because railway is much too slow

I'm goin' back
around
Go back to my hometown.

[Chorus]

One more place I'd like to be
One more place I'd love to see
To watch those old blue ridge mountains climb
From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm and friendly
West back along the line
I'm going now to the place that's best that old hometown of mine

Chorus  Eight more miles and Louisville will come into my
(Dolly Parton)

From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm
drummin' on the dash
Only brakin' for the badge

Had the man in blue burnin' through
Tickets by the pound
Yeah, I paid for every red light
In my hometown

I
In her wildest dreams
Blue eyes that gleam just like James Dean

Big plans their make in a small hometown
No chance to leave would really bring him
hometown be destroyed
I know that I could not stay long
So I kept my head down and carried on 

Who cares where national borders lie?
Who cares whose
Was the captain of the team his senior year
In his eyes, on his helmet, he had no fear
Down by a six-ball on the ten
Said huddle up boys we’ve got
of blue how those eyes could flash at you
(How those eyes could flash at you)
Boys hung round her by the score but she loved the boy next door
Who worked
Fell out of the sky sometime in 1952
Through the radiance
Looking for my shoes
Daddy left and momma cried
Had a passport for the blues
I didn't
Bright lights and promises, a pocket full of dreams
That's what they pay me to be
Gold lame and diamonds - I am a hometown queen
Honey, would you
nothing left to keep you here
But when you're falling behind in this big blue world

Oh, you've got to hold on, hold on
Babe, you gotta hold on
Take my
away, before she caught my eye
I was shakin' in my shoes whenever she flashed those baby blues
Something had a hold on me when Angel passed close by
and the beers

I need something to believe in
Something to look forward to
Something to believe in
Cause I got a bad case of the blues
Something to believe
It was laying pennies on the rail's
And sneaking off to chew Red Man
It was a Friday night win and followed by a Saturday bruise
It was a first
They come down from Washington City
To our Blue Ridge Mountain home
And across that crooked river
To the valley down below

I was swimmin' in
I didn't learn my lessons in the back of a truck
Never had the good fortune of having bad luck
I can't sing the blues. I've never felt them really
your faces when you play this

[Verse 4]
I don't know why you comin' trough school-faced-up
Blue-faced-up
Frontin' like a dog ya mut
Get touched up
appallin'
They thought them home-town gals was nothin' but toys for their amusement.
Rode Chevys and Macks and big ol' stacks
They's always complainin' 'bout