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Laura Bell Bundy – Homecoming Queen lyrics

I've always been a little left of the middle but right
Where I belong

So many things to see, never one to settle, if you
Were a hat I'd try you on
I've never been shy, my heart don't lie, been livin'
On the right side of wrong
Chorus:
I don't worry 'bout this, don't worry 'bout that
I worry 'bout where I am, not where I'm not at
I may talk too much but I say what I mean
I ain't worried 'bout me, ain't worried 'bout you
I worry 'bout what I can, not what I can't do
I never needed to be the homecoming queen

When I was five, I'd play dress up
And hook up Barbie with gi Joe
Now that I'm older, I must fess up, I miss those days
When I'm alone
You can call me strange and I may never change
But I think I'm happy so

Repeat Chorus

Just me and Norma Jean, doing our own thing,
Making our own heaven
I may not get my way but I will be okay
I still count my blessings

Repeat Chorus

Never needed to be the homecoming queen



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