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as peaceful as a baby's sigh
In my Tennessee mountain home
Crickets sing in the fields near by

Walkin' home from church on a Sunday with the one ya' love
as peaceful as a baby's sigh
In my Tennessee mountain home
Crickets sing in the fields near by

Walkin' home from church on a Sunday with the one ya' love
Lay me down on porch at midnight get me high on the southern moonlight
Walk me down by the river star bright hold me my friend I'm home again
I'm
as peaceful as a baby's sigh
In my Tennessee mountain home
Crickets sing in the fields near by

Walkin' home from church on a Sunday with the one ya' love
that was a falling 
The day I left my mountain home behind 
With a suitcase in my hand and a hope in my heart 
I was following a dream I had to find 

In
He met her in the fall of '93 in the hills of Tennessee
She was barely 17, he was tall and strong and lean
They were deep in love by June
Hand in
of which have yet led home
C'mon darlin keep your promise true
Another drink, Another job
And then it's home to you my love
Gonna buy that mountain back
Wild blackberries bloomin' in the thickest on the mountain
Sheep shire and water cress are growin' round the fountain
Where a big black bear is
and sing my songs, sorry if I don't stay too long
I love Tennessee but ya know it's just not my style
I gotta be where I can see those rocky mountains
trees
The redbones are howling down by Wilson's Bridge
The lawmen stand waiting upon Deadman's Ridge

[Chorus]

Ooh Carolina so dark I can't see
back down to Tennessee

Big city days
Seeing if it pays
Barely rescued by the hell you're going to raise

She's going to roll you
Through
this house into a home
straight up and down
I got my man Melo T in the house
I got my man Preacher Earl in the house
I got my man Asu in the house
I
wit homicidal tendencies
A Menace like Dennis be, bustin' rhymes from here to Tennessee

Cops rang, my man he done bled to death
And the ambulance