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Lee Greenwood – Home To Alaska lyrics

Way up north there's a mountain top
That's protected by the snow
When I need some time alone
It's a place I can go
Cause I share my dreams with the caribou
And the whisper of the wind
And I long to be Glacier Bay again
I wanna go home to Alaska
Where the eagles fly across the golden sky
I wanna go home to Alaska
Cause the Northern Lights are in my womans eyes
Seen the giant grizzly and the salmon as they run
All of natures wonders in the seven months of sun
I've seen the mighty Yukon as it races to the sea
And heard the barking of the huskies calling me
I wanna go home to Alaska
Where the eagles fly across the golden sky
I wanna go home to Alaska
Cause the Northern Lights are in my womans eyes
Woah, and though the tropic sun can turn my skin to golden brown
It's the ring that's on my hand that keeps me warm
I wanna go home to Alaska
Where the eagles fly across the golden sky
I wanna go home to Alaska
Where the Northern Lights are in my womans eyes
Cause the Northern Lights are in my womans eyes



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