Come On In

  • One, two
    Got up this morning, headed down the road
    I saw this pilgrim with a heavy load
    Were my eyes lyin' at what I'd seen?
    Hello, stranger. Remember me?

    Hang your coat on that nail
    Kick your shoes off let 'em sail
    I set my suitcase down in the den
    Welcome stranger, come on in

    Come on in, come on in
    It's so good to see you again
    It don't matter where you been
    Welcome stranger, come on in

    I'll make the coffee, I'll get the cream
    We'll open up a bottle of old Jim Beam
    We'll hoot and holler to your favorite song
    Welcome stranger, welcome home

    I sure did miss you there's no doubt
    The days got longer after you checked out
    But the pain got stronger when it kicked in
    Welcome stranger, come on in

    Come on in, come on in
    It's so good to see you again
    It don't matter where you been
    Welcome stranger, come on in

    It don't matter where you been
    Welcome stranger, come on in
    Welcome stranger, come on in Writer/s: BUCK OWENS
    Publisher: PANZER MUSIC
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