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My Second Home Recorded by Tracy Lawrence Written by Paul Nelson, Kenny Beard, Tracy Lawrence
G There's a honky tonk on the edge of town C G I used to call my second home
It's a place I'd go just to get away A7 D7 When I wanted to be alone
G Well early one morning had a fight with my darling C A7 That went from bad to worse C D7 G E7 It ended when she said your second home A7 D7 G Just became your first
C Now the jukebox is my alarm clock G I wake up in a corner booth A7 I don't have a tab don't need no cab D7 Cause the dance floor's my living room G Well I might die from a broken heart C But I'll never die of thirst A7 D7 G Now that my second home has become my first
Well I don't have to pay no mortgage C G I don't have to mow no lawn
A lot of friends come see me A7 D7 Some stay till the break of dawn
G I can paint the town without leavin' the house C A7 I can feel good till it hurts C D7 G E7 Now that my home sweet second home A7 D7 G Just became my first
C Now the jukebox is my alarm clock G I wake up in a corner booth A7 I don't have a tab don't need no cab D7 Cause the dance floor's my living room G Well I might die from a broken heart C But I'll never die of thirst A7 D7 G E7 Now that my second home has become my first
A7 D7 G Lord now that my second home has become my first
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