Well there ain't much to in this east coast town
Ride the train to Manhattan take a look around
You see a million faces they all look the same
So we left home bound for Tennessee
Gonna make a better life for my family and me
I'm gonna be somebody just you wait and see
Cause sometimes living just ain't enough to be alive
And all I want is a little more then just to get by

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You see I grew up in the wrong place I guess
I packed my bags and I headed west
Now I ain't saying that I'm better then the rest
But Goodbye Jersey, I'm on my way
Play the clubs on Broadway every Saturday night
Trying to make a connection that change your life

Boy you better be ready if you get that chance
Play your songs for everyone in town
Seems their always smiling as they turn you down
Boy that's a pretty good song but we got other plans
I'm gonna give this everything I possibly can
And maybe some day I might be part of somebody's plan

Chorus

You see I grew up in the wrong place I guess
I packed my bags and I headed west
Now I ain't saying that I'm better then the rest
But Goodbye Jersey, I'm on my way

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Goodbye Jersey Lyrics

Jason Greeley – Goodbye Jersey Lyrics