There ain't nothing better than
the boys from back home
I turned 18, ran off and left
everything I'd ever known
tryin' to find a better life
and chasin' crazy dreams
No matter where I go
It'll never be the same
as the boys from back home

Drinkin' beer and the muddy brown water
talkin' bout whose mom's hotter
and pattlin down the Ninnescah River
pushin' each other in
Goin down to the south bridge
just a bunch of us country kids
tryin' to get the freshmen girls
to flash a little bit of skin
me and the boys from back home

There ain't no place that I'd rather be
than with a bunch of y'all rednecks just like me
I always been proud of where I come from
I know who to call when I'm down to drink somethin'
the boys from back home

countin' down to graduation
seemed like it would take forever
little did we know
It'd be the last time we'd all be together
Hats off to the man overseas
fightin battles for you and me
Lord knows he'll always be
one of the boys from back home

There ain't no place that I'd rather be
than with a bunch of y'all rednecks just like me
I always been proud of where I come from
I know who to call when I'm down to drink somethin'
We all know how to make each other smile
talkin' bout the good ole' days is always worth our while
yeah, yeah

So, if your with the boys from back home
raise your glass, take a drink
be proud of where y'all come from

No there ain't nothin better than the boys
from back home


Lyrics submitted by skimaster50

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