Family Tree

Album: Family Tree (2018)
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  • Well, it seems to be some people think
    I am just a dreamer
    Well, listen close and you will find
    I am a believer
    The stubborn word is thick as mud
    And this I can guarantee, yeah

    Once I lost my way
    All that I would say:

    "Please take me home
    To the place
    I belong
    I wanna die where I was born
    Bury me beneath the family tree
    Yeah, no one ever really want me to leave

    Home
    Baby, don't you know?
    I'm finally home!"

    Well, in this life I have found
    Folks can be deceiving
    They only smile for dollar signs
    But I'll tell you their secret
    They got no love, at least not for us
    But I can't say the same
    Ain't gonna be no fuss

    Once I lost my way
    All that I would say

    "Please take me home
    To the place
    I belong
    I wanna die where I was born
    Bury me beneath the family tree
    Yeah, no one ever really wanted to leave

    Home
    Baby, don't you know?
    I'm finally home!"

    So take me home
    To the place
    I belong
    I wanna die where I was born
    Bury me beneath the family tree
    Yeah, no one ever really wanted to leave

    Home
    Baby, don't you know?
    I'm finally home!

    Baby, don't you know? Yeah!
    Home
    Home Writer/s: Benjamin Daniel Wells, Christopher Bryant Robertson, John Frederick Young, Jonathan Michael Lawhon
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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