"Sing Me Home" as written by Gordon Scott Kennedy and Wayne Kirkpatrick....
I fell by the wayside
I fell on my knees
Cryin' "why was I so hard to please"
I stood at the crossroads
Took a long look at me
Sometimes you don't know where
You're from 'til you leave

And I've been out there searching
For a place where I belong
And on my way I heard my song
Let it sing me home

The sun on my shoulders
And the wind at my back
I'm bound and determined
To get back on track

To where the heart is
Where it's been all along
Sometimes you don't know what you've
Got 'til it's gone
Gone, gone, gone


Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah (3x)


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Sing Me Home" as written by Gordon Scott Kennedy Wayne Kirkpatrick

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    General CommentAnother amazing song by Tim McGraw. This song i believe has a couple different meaning but yet the same. I think it's about a home town and a girl. The girl was in this town and for some reason he leaves but misses not only the girl but his home town. I know the exact feeling because I'm from a some what small town that people hate until they leave and then miss it. I also think it's about how everyone has their favorite song, and this song just reminded of home, where he wants to be.
    enjoyinlife12on September 29, 2007   Link

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