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Wrong Direction Home lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Wrong Direction Home Written and recorded by Dolly Parton
G C In a shingle covered cottage at the foothills of the Smokies G Near a mountain stream that's flowing crystal clear C Where hummingbirds and honeybees feed on mama's roses G D7 G My memories just grow sweeter with the years
C Memories of my childhood are as sweet as mountain honey G D7 G And as fresh as dew on morning glory vines C I grew up surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature G D7 G And they're forever present in my mind
C D7 G But I'm headed in the wrong direction home D7 G D7 G Headed in the wrong direction home C D7 G There's no place like home D7 G But I'm headed in the wrong direction home
C Teardrops mingled with the summer rain that was a fallin' G D7 G The day I left my mountain home behind C With a suitcase in my hand and a hope in my heart G D7 G I was following a dream I had to find
C In that shingle covered cottage at the foothills of the Smokies G D7 G Waits a family that I'm longing so to see
And mountain streams and fields of green C And rolling hills stay in my dreams G D7 G But I'm many many miles from Tennessee
C D7 G And still headed in the wrong direction home D7 G D7 G Headed in the wrong direction home C D7 G But maybe I'll get back before too long D7 C G But I'm headed in the wrong direction home
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