"Country Comfort" as written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin....
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
As the village children fight each other for their share
And the six-o-nine goes roaring past the creek
As Deacon Lee prepares his sermon for next week

I saw grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really doing fine for eighty-four
And she asked me if sometime I could fix her barn
The poor old girl she needs a hand to run the farm

And it's good old country comfort in my bones
It's the sweetest sound these ears have ever known
It's just an old-fashioned feeling fully-grown
Country comfort in a heart that's going back home

Down at the well they've got a new machine
The foreman says it'll cut manpower by fifteen
Hey but that ain't natural old Clay would say
You see he's a horse-drawn man until his dying day

And it's good old country comfort in my bones
And it's good old country comfort in my bones
And it's good old country comfort in my bones
Country comfort in a heart that's going back home


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"Country Comfort" as written by Elton John Bernie Taupin

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