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Roy Drusky – Don't It Make You Want To Go Home lyrics

Don't it make you wanna go home now don't it make you wanna go home
All God's children get weary when they roam
Don't it make you wanna go home don't it make you wanna go home

Oh the whippoorwill roost on the telephone poles when the Georgia sun goes down
Well it's been a long time but I'm glad to say that I'm
Goin' back down to my hometown
Goin' down to the greyhound station gonna buy some oneway fare
Good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise watch it for I'll be right there
Don't it make you wanna go home now...

There's a six lane highway down by the creek where I went skinny dippin' as a child
And the driving show where the meadow used to grow
And the strawberries used to grow wild
There's a drugstore down by the riverside where my grandma's cow used to grace
Now the grass don't grow and the rivers don't flow like they did in our childhood days
Don't it make you wanna go home now...
Don't it make you wanna go home now...



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