"Nobody's Home" as written by and Clint Patrick Black....
Move slowly to my dresser drawers
Put my blue jeans on
Find my cowboy boots, my button down
Strap my timepiece on my arm
Grab my billfold, my pocket change
Just a mindless old routine
Then it's out the door and down the street
But it's not really me
I still comb my hair the same
Still like the same cologne
And I still drive that pickup truck
That the same old bank still owns
But since you left, everybody says
I'm not the guy they've known
The lights are on, but nobody's home
Cup of coffee in the morning
Just food for the brain
But I've been numb since our last goodbye
I haven't felt a thing
But now there's pains in my head
And pains in my chest
And I think I'm losing my hair
I'm a half a man with half a mind
To think you didn't care
Repeat chorus

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"Nobody's Home" as written by Clint Patrick Black

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    General CommentThis song is about a guy who gets depressed because his woman left him. He just kind of walks around like a zombie, like he's not really here. "Nobody's home" in his head, he's dead inside. I'm not a huge fan of country but this is a great song.
    Stoneyon April 13, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song was written by a man named Joe upon the death of his wife. He sold the song and full rights to Clint Black for $1,000.
    I speak the truthon March 25, 2018   Link

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