"Hometown Girl" as written by and Jaymes Young Steven S Zhu....
You'll never be my hometown girl
There's nothing like her in this world
I'm tired of the get around girls
Ain't nothing like my hometown girl

You told me you were cool with kickin' it
In my crib, in my pool, we be dippin' in
But some days you would look at me so different
(Ooh, why?)
Is it because I'm in the music biz?
Or you don't wanna love me when I'm just strugglin'?
But you still tell me that you're my hometown chick, why?

I'm missing someone else
This will never be the same
But I blame it on myself
Because I can't make you change

You'll never be my hometown girl
There's nothing like her in this world
I'm tired of the get around girls
Ain't nothing like my hometown girl

I can't remember when we last expressed
All the feelings in our hearts that we possess
Even though we're making love, it's not passionate
(Ooh, why?)
You keep on running back into the past
Tying to hold on to my love, but you can't make it last forever
So I must confess

I'm missing someone else
This will never be the same
But I blame it on myself
Because I can't make you change

You'll never be my hometown girl
There's nothing like her in this world
I'm tired of the get around girls
Ain't nothing like my hometown girl


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"Hometown Girl" as written by Jaymes Young Steven S Zhu

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