"Home Field Advantage" as written by and Shonna Tucker John Cooley....
You ain't much of a player and you ain't playin' for free.
You just know all the chatter and you've been chattin' at me.
Now you're takin' me down with a home field advantage.
And you're callin' me out with a home field advantage.

You may have thrown me a curve-ball.
Yeah, you threw a doozie at me.
You ain't too fast cause you're so tall.
You threw a doozie at me.
And now you're takin' me down with a home field advantage.
And you're callin' me out with a home field advantage.

You don't know what to do.
Yeah, you're lookin' around.
Nobody's at home and you don't know the count.
Well, you break and run just to tie it up.

You're takin' me down with a home field advantage.
And you're callin' me out with a home field advantage.


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"Home Field Advantage" as written by John Cooley Brad Morgan

Lyrics © RAZOR AND TIE MUSIC PUB OBO SOMETHING HEAVY PUBLISHING

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    General CommentThis proves that Shonna is a damn good singer. She's an adorable member of the Truckers.

    Guess this song is about having various qualities, and sometimes being in situations (like relationships going ugly) that you don't have qualities to handle.

    You're looking around without knowing what to do, because you've never been in such one situation before. Your house is empty, and you can't find the one(s) you want to hold on to for comfort.
    Low Feedbackon July 03, 2008   Link

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