"Anywhere I Hang My Heart Is Home" as written by and Judy Welden Terrance Alan....
ANYWHERE I HANG MY HEART IS HOME

I've traveled this country many times over
Some places are misunderstood
The folks who live there complain all the time
But I look around and find what's good
That I'd be proud to call my neighborhood

(CHORUS)
Anywhere I hang my heart is home
Whether inland or near the seashore
Yeah, anywhere I choose to roam
I find places and faces to adore
'Cause anywhere I hang my heart is home

My music career takes me new places
I leaved kin and things dear to my heart
That I know nothing could make me forget
Find many new friends, but here's the best part
My heart has room for the old and new
And like I said right from the very start

CHORUS

(BRIDGE)
Sometimes I try to be a realist
But that's not the real me
I'd rather look through rose-colored glasses
And see what I want to see

CHORUS TWICE)
Anywhere I hand my heart is home

Lyrics: Judy Welden
Music: Terrance Alan


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