"Big Time in a Small Town" as written by Allen Jr. Sostrin, Rockie Rash and Kevin Douglas....
The carnival convoy just crossed the county line
Kids wavin' on the corner as the truck's rollin' by
They'll be settin' up the big top out in the field
Next to the bumper cars, pony rides and ferris wheels

Oh, we been waitin' all year
I can't believe that it's finally here

It's a big time in a small town
Everybody's comin' from miles around
When the sun comes up we'll be gettin' down
It's a big time in a small town

Walkin' down the mid-way, weavin' through the crowd
Cotton candy, bumper cars, blue ribbon cows
Sheriff Johnson's daughter, she's givin' me the eye
I'm gonna ring the bell and win her a prize

A little later on, we'll slip off by ourselves
I can't imagine livin' anywhere else

It's a big time in a small town
Everybody's comin' from miles around
When the sun comes up, we'll be gettin' down
It's a big time in a small town

They pulled up the tent pegs and pulled out of town
Leavin' nothin' but litter and dirt
Once a year, this old field of dreams
Is the greatest show on earth

It's a big time in a small town
It's a big time in a small town
It's a big time in a small town


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"Big Time in a Small Town" as written by Kevin Douglas Allen Jr. Sostrin

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