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K.d. Lang – Little Patch Of Heaven lyrics

I know a place
Pretty as pie
Out where the riverbend
Hits up with the end of the sky
It's left of Nebraska
And over a crest
On a little patch of heaven
Way out west.

Everything's green
Know what I mean
Darling it's the sweetest sight
Thatcha ever done seen
Ain't nothing much out there
Just life at it's best
On that little patch of heaven
Way out west.

Bees by the dozen
Are buzzin
Real peaceful
Every bluebonnet
Doggone it
Smells nice
Even the tumbling tumbleweed
Slows down to match your speed
On my tiny half-an-acre
Of paradise.

Every which way
Buttercups sway
Out on the hills, the daffodills
Are enjoying the day
What could be better that setting to rest
On a little patch of heaven
Way out west.

Humming birds flutter
In utter
Every darn daisy
Feels lazy
You bet
Even the skeeters an the fleas
Say "May I","Thanks"
And "Please"
Why it's just as close to perfect
As you can get.

Darling, I swear
Once you been there
There ain't a view
Beneath the blue
That could ever compare
The only thing missing is you as my guest
On that little patch of heaven
Way out west...

Why don'tcha come visit
There's room in my nest
On that little patch of heaven
Way out west.

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