"A Little Like Heaven" as written by Andrew Copeland and Stanley Lynch....
It was out on Paynes Prairie where I got my first kiss
There's the school yard where we would play as kids
We pulled arrow heads outa Hogtown Creek
And when the cops came 'round, we'd hide our drinks

Where I come from, it's a little like heaven
And I can't stay gone to long
Where I come from, yeah, yeah

We'd water ski on Melrose Bay
And we could wear flip flops on Christmas Day
When we had enough cash for gasoline
We'd all skip school and go to Crescent Beach

Where I come from, it's a little like heaven
And I can't stay gone to long
Where I come from, yeah, yeah

There's the old grave yard where my loved ones lie
The old church still stands there it's baptized
It's the place I go when I can't think clear
And when my time is up, bring me back here

Where I come from, it's a little like heaven
And I can't stay gone to long
Where I come from, yeah, yeah


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34, edited by vacharbo

"A Little Like Heaven" as written by Drew Copeland Stan Lynch

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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