"Small Town Boy" as written by Sherrie Austin and William W Rambeaux....
HE WORE MY NAME IN A TATTOO ON HIS ARM
AND IN A TENDER VOICE HE SAID HE'D WAIT FOR ME
"YEA YOUR DREAMS ARE BIGGER THAN SOME RED DIRT FARM
BUT THE GRASS ON THE OTHER SIDE AINT ALWAYS GREEN"
THEN I SAID GOODBYE
AND ON THOSE SILVER WINGS HE LET ME FLY

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WELL I GAVE HIM A KISS BUT I WOULD NOT GIVE MY HEART
TO A SMALL TOWN BOY
HEAVEN FORBID THAT I'D EVER MISS THE ARMS
OF A SMALL TOWN BOY
NOW THE EIGHTEEN WHEELS ON THIS GREYHOUND BUS
CAN'T CARRY ME HOME FAST ENOUGH
WELL I GOT OFF TRACK NOW I'VE GOTTA WIN BACK THE LOVE
OF A SMALL TOWN BOY

HAS HE FOUND A WARMER TOUCH OR A PRETTY FACE
DOES HE LAY WITH HER DOWN WHERE THE LILACS GROW
OH THOSE CITY BOYS COULD NEVER TAKE HIS PLACE
WILL I FIND THE HUMBLE WORDS TO TELL HIM SO
CAN I TURN BACK TIME
DOES A FOOL DESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHANGE HER MIND

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BRIDGE
I MISS THE LITTLE THINGS
LIKE THE SUMMER HEAT, THE FIREFLIES
DANCING SLOW ON A STARRY NIGHT
WHEN I WAS THE APPLE OF HIS EYE

CHORUS


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"Small Town Boy" as written by William W Rambeaux Sherrie Austin

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