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Dickey Lee – Kingdom I Call Home lyrics

I don't have a gold mine in Alaska and this won't be the year I fly to Rome
I don't have oilwells in Oklahoma oh but I have a kingdom I call home
I don't have an army in my kingdom but I don't have to fight my wars alone
The love of my woman's all I need to help me rule the kingdom I call home
Though the Queen of the castle wears a plain cotton dress
And the little princess plays with paper dolls
While the keeper of the kingdom is rich in happiness
And the world is locked outside the palace walls

This world may never know I walk it's valleys
And history won't carve my name in stone
But when my children are grown they'll remember
There was love in the kingdom I called home
And the Queen of the castle...

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