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Terri Clark – Bigger Windows lyrics

Little -------------
---- always do
Railroad tracks, factory smoke stacks
For review
No easy street in out neighbor hood
Yea, it was hard to tell the bad times from the good
Summer nights just layin there
Watchin the fan go 'round
Find a cool spot on the pillow
And fall asleep dreaming about..

Chrous:
Bigger windows, bluer skies,
Greener grass and more sunshine
Where the long shots not so far away
Where hope is always high
And dreams have room to stretch their wings and fly
Through bigger windows, bluer skies

Those trains rolled by and time did too
That tiny place looked even smaller in my rear view
Yea, I've come a few miles but I'm still that girl with my nose pressed against the window to the world
Looking through the windshield the possibilities
Life sure does look different
Sometimes all you need is

Chrous:

A different town, a different job
Or just a different room, no matter where you are right now what I wish for you are

Chrous:

Through bigger windows, bluer skies



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