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Every now and then I go back in time
To that little red house on Oakmont Drive
Next to that big magnolia tree
A wide-eyed girl running wild and free, that's me
Me and my brothers in the Georgia sun
Runnin' through the yard with the sprinklers on
Lazy dog lyin' in the cool green grass
Never though life would fly so fast, it don't last

I still hear that old sweet song
A simple melody calling me back home
Where the love grows pure and strong
That's where my heart
That's where my heart belongs

Skippin' stones and kickin' cans
Stealing my first kiss by the lemonade stand
I can't forget those southern nights
Falling stars and fireflies, felt so right

I still hear that old sweet song
A simple melody calling me back home
Where the love grows pure and strong
That's where my heart
That's where my heart belongs

Those family days are all but gone
Everybody moved out, everybody's moved on
Wen I'm all alone and feeling like
I'm stuck in the middle of this crazy life
I just close my eyes

And I can hear that old sweet song
A simple melody calling me back home
I can hear that old sweet song
A simple melody calling me back home
Where the love grows pure and strong
That's where my heart
That's where my heart belongs



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