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(Spongebob)
What's wrong with Sandy?

(Patrick)
Maybe it's just a squirrel thing...

(Sandy)
'Wish I was back in Texas,
The ocean's no place for a squirrel,
'Wish I was in Texas,
Prettiest place in the world, oh no.
I guess deep in my heart I'll always be a Texas girl
I wanna go hommmme hooommmmmme hommme oh oh
Yoldle ay e oh, yodle ay e oh, yodle ay e oh, a lay-ee, a lay-ee.

I wanna wake up in Texas
I miss those wide open skies.
I miss my 20 acres, bar-b-ques,
And pecan pies, oh why?

When I'm so far from you, Texas, all I can do-o is cry.
I wanna go ho-oome,
Ho-oome, (a guy)I wanna go ho-ome!



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  • iluvbblgm
    iluvbblgmMar 12, 2009 at 2:56 am
    it's spongebob! haha! is lobonte123 every going to leave you the frick alone? btw, no i'm not stalking you, i'm just bored
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    UnregisteredJul 31, 2012 at 2:10 pm
    The song is representing how sandy feels about her old hometown.
    She feels at home more than she does in the ocean, but later on, she discovers family was around her all along.

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