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Kent Bottenfield – 76th Street lyrics
Just a simple house on 76th street
Wouldn't catch the eye of a passerby
But it was always king to me
It's where I cut my teeth and I grew six feet
And I learned the ways of life
All the while with daddy and momma by my side

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In that old house of wood and stone
It's where I learned to make my life my own
And those four walls they saw it all
How a boy like you became a man like me
On 76th street

Those same four walls are standing tall
On the other side of town
But I still hold to what they brought me through
All the ups and all the downs
You're my flesh and bone but your life's your own
To live it as you choose
But if you lose sight you can make it right
In these walls I built for you

In this old house of wood and stone
It's where you learned to make your life your own
These four walls have seen it all
How a boy like you became a man like me
How a boy like you became a man like me

These four walls have seen it all
How a boy like you became a man like me
How a boy like you became a man like me
On 76th street
On 76th street
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