"Back Home" as written by and Klaus Badelt....
Yeah yeah yeah
Well I'm going back this summer to Ohio
I'm gonna seek out all my friends I've always known
I'm goin' back to that farm that I remember
Well I'm goin' to spend this summer back home

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Back home (back home)

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Back home (back home)

I'm gonna get up every morning before the roosters
I'll run downstairs fix my breakfast all alone
I'll milk those cows feed the chickens and the horses
Well I'm gonna spend this summer back home

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Back home (back home)

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Back home (back home)

I'll eat everything that Ma puts on the table
When I get back you won't believe how I've grown
I'll hit the sack early everynight thinkin' 'bout tomorrow whoa oh
Well I'm gonna spend this summer back home
Back home, back home, back home

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
That's what I'm gonna do that's where I'm gonna be, that's this summer
Back home (back home)

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Gonna get up, gonna get up, gonna get up every morning
Back home (back home)

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Hey woo feels okay back home
Back home (back home)

Back home (back home, back home, back home)
I'll spend my summer (back home)
Back home





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"Back Home" as written by Klaus Badelt

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    General CommentAs the late great Carl Wilson would agree, because he said so: giving Brian the supreme word on the quality of the Beach Boys' songs in this 'forgettable period' or music and letting him sing lead at all were regretable decisions. His voice has been terrible since his breakdowns in the later 60s and he should have never sung lead again. This song isn't that memorable but would have been much better with any of the other guys singing.
    The Swing Kingon December 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this track! Definitely one of the best off 15 Big Ones. The song actually dates back as early as 1963. There's also a 1969-70 version with Al on lead. Not sure I'd want to hear anyone but Brian on this one.
    shane3on February 24, 2008   Link

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