"I Wonder Could I Live There Any More" as written by and Bill Rice....
Have you ever been awakened by the crowing of a rooster
While the night's dew is still heavy on the ground
And the voice of Uncle Ben seems to break the morning's silence
Bringing lights to windows all around
Well it's time to rise and shine and start another hard workday
And get the cows in and start the milking chores
It's nice to think about it, maybe even visit
But I wonder could I live there anymore

Something 'bout the smell of cornbread cookin' on a wood stove
Seems to bring a picture to my mind
Of a little three room house with mama in the kitchen
But she can't stop to talk, ain't got the time
She's a'fixin' daddy's supper, he's a'workin' overtime
Trying to pay our bill at the grocery store
It's nice to think about it, maybe even visit
But I wonder could I live there anymore

As I think about my childhood
And of my old hometown
I don't really miss them like before
It's nice to think about it, maybe even visit
But I wonder could I live there anymore


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"I Wonder Could I Live There Any More" as written by Bill Rice

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