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Steve Spurgin – Blue Hollow Road lyrics

The old home place don't look the same as back in 1960.
It's leaning now, the yard's all overgrown.
One good wind may put an end to where I spent my childhood
Far from town, one mile down Blue Hollow Road.
Momma raised her children straight and read the family Bible.
While Daddy worked his fingers to the bone.
He never spoke one unkind word, and coaxed a meager living
From the ground, one mile down Blue Hollow Road.
The only thing we had enough of - was love,
And it helped us share the load.
I'm proud to be on that family tree - I still hear the laughter
Echo 'round, one mile down Blue Hollow Road.
I wonder why I was bound to try all the world can offer,
When all the world can't satisfy your soul.
All the miles and years that I spent looking for some answer,
And never found what I had down Blue Hollow Road.
The only thing we had enough of - was love,
And it helped us share the load.
I'm proud to be on that family tree - I still hear the laughter
Echo 'round, one mile down Blue Hollow Road..



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