"Tiny Town" as written by and Stephony E./fairchild Smith....
Here we go again on this telephone line
Every time we talk I always end up crying
You're always telling me bout what I'm missing
If I came back there I'd only end up wishing

Mama I can come home but I can't stay long
Gotta make a little money trying to sing my songs
My hearts still there even though I'm gone
I've put my roots deep in the ground
Of that tiny town

I can remember all the things you've said
I hear your sweet voice talking in my head
I'm a Mississippi girl, no I won't forget it
But if I don't stay here I know I'm going to regret it

Mama I can come home but I can't stay long
Gotta make a little money trying to sing my songs
My hearts still there even though I'm gone
I've put my roots deep in the ground
Of that tiny town

I feel your arms around me like its yesterday
I'm still daddies little girl and I won't go away
You know that I'm a dreamer and I've got to do this
Got to do this but know that I wish

That I can come home I just can't stay long
Gotta make a little money trying to sing my songs
My hearts still there even though I'm gone
I've put my roots deep in the ground
Of that tiny town

Of that tiny town
Of that tiny town


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"Tiny Town" as written by Shelly Lain Fairchild Shelly Fairchild

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