"Ozark Mountain Jubilee" as written by Scott Anders and Roger Murrah....
I hear a rooster crowin'
It's a frosty mornin'
I can almost see the sign
Goin' so fast I can't stop
I'm just a stones-throw from Little Rock
Headin' for that Missouri line

Don't need a map to get there
You can get there from anywhere
When you're goin' in your head
I can see the arms outreachin'
Just like the day I was leavin'
It's been oh so many years.

Let me get on the Frisco Silver Dollar Line
Take my time
And see all I can see
Fiddler rosin up your bow
We'll have our own
Ozark Mountain Jubilee

If I can't be a favorite son
I'll be the prodigal one
'Cause I've been gone too long
Oh how the years have flown by
Oh how I've realized
How much of me is gone.

(Chorus)


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"Ozark Mountain Jubilee" as written by Roger Murrah Scott Anders

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    General CommentGreat song by the Boys. Low key, nostalgic reminiscence of life in the Ozarks. Beautiful yet low-key harmonies on the chorus and fantastic instrumentation throughout. The harmonica, fiddle and steel guitar especially stand out.
    dwatts13on November 26, 2009   Link

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