"Stars in Alabama" as written by Jamey Van Johnson and Teddy Gentry....
I said, momma don't you worry
I'm gettin' by just fine out on the road

Yea tonight we play in Knoxville
And tomorrow night its back to music road
No I don't know when I'm coming home
Montgomery seems so very far away
She said boy it wouldn't kill you now
To look out pass the bright lights out on that stage

[Chorus]
Cause got put stars in Alabama
You just cant find in Tennessee
The same ones are waiting on you
That taught you how to dream
I know there big names up in Nashville
And you'll be one before too long
Got put stars in Alabama
To help you find your way back home

I hung up the phone and I could feel the emptiness at 80 mph
And I listen close and I could hear my heart beating louder than the tires
This old bus was headed west, but my mind was drifting somewhere toward the sun
And I close my eyes and I could see the bright light shining clearly through the clouds

[Chorus]

Yea there stars in Alabama
That cant wait till you get back home


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"Stars in Alabama" as written by Jamey Johnson Teddy Gentry

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