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very good country song written and recorded by Alan Jackson.
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Home Written and recorded by Alan Jackson
C G7 In a small town down in Georgia over forty years ago F C G7 Her maiden name was Musick when she met that Jackson boy F They married young like folks did back then C F Not a penny to their name C But they believed the one you vowed to love G7 C Should always stay the same
G7 On the land his daddy gave them a foundation underway F C G7 For a love to last forever or until their dying days F They built a bond that's strong enough C F To stand test the of time C G7 C And a place for us to turn to when our lives were in a bind
G7 And they made their house from a tool shed F C Granddaddy rolled down on two logs G7 And they built walls all around it F G7 And they made that house a home
F And they taught us about good living C F They taught us right from wrong C Lord there'll never be another place G7 C In this world I'll call home
G7 My momma raised five children four girls then there was me F C G7 She found her strength with faith in God and love of family F C F She never had a social life home was all she knew C G7 C Except the time she took a job to pay a bill or two
G7 My daddy skinned his knuckles on the cars that he repaired
F C G7 He never earned much money but he gave us all he had F C F He never made the front page but he did the best he could C And folks drove their cars from miles around G7 C To let him look neath the hood
There'll never be another place G7 C In this world that I'll call home
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