A Song For Where I'm From

Album: Weapons (2012)
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  • I'd never thought that I'd see him cry
    But then its hard to say goodbye
    For all that he became
    He never changed that familiar sigh
    You gotta move forward boy
    You gotta get out of this town
    'Cause we'll still be around

    Can't you feel it tonight
    Memories will glow in this light
    This place where we grew up, will always be
    The heart and soul of me, the place that sets me free

    'Cause everybody grew up so fast
    Another generation past
    But it still feels like home to me
    And even if those days have gone
    They give me strength to carry on
    'Cause it feels like home to me

    'Cause not everyone gets a chance
    To change the beat to the same old dance
    We know where we belong
    So raise a glass and sing along
    You still gotta move forward boy
    But when your back in this town
    We will still be around

    Can't you feel it tonight
    Memories will glow in this light
    This place where we grew up, will always be
    The heart and soul of me, the place that sets me free

    'Cause everybody grew up so fast
    Another generation past
    But it still feels like home to me
    And even if those days have gone
    They give me strength to carry on
    'Cause it feels like home to me

    'Cause everybody grew up so fast
    Another generation past
    But it still feels like home to me
    And even if those days have gone
    They give me strength to carry on
    'Cause it feels like home to me

    'Cause it feels like home to me
    'Cause it feels like home to me Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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