My country heart
Is leavin' town

My country heart
Is country-bound

I miss the things that I used to enjoy
When I was a simple country boy

I'm goin' back to the cabbage fields
To fill my bucket up with snails
It's nice to feel the soil between my toes

And when I get home
I'll empty all the snails onto my front lawn
And sort them out into neat little rows

My country heart
Is leavin' town

My country heart
Is country-bound

I know I was selfish and cruel sometimes,
But I have a tender country side

And with a click of my country heels,
I'm steppin' over daffodils
And eatin' blackberries off the hedgerows

And even though I am still a mess
I found a little happiness
Stumblin' over plow lines in the snow

And I hold my stomach in
And try to hide my double-chin
I'm still in love with everything I was

But I'm havin' to pretend
Both of us can still be friends
And tryin' to forget we were in love

My country heart
Is sad and blue

My country heart
Still waits for you

I have no desire
To get out and see the world
Without my simple country girl


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