Refrain 1

I rode by a house with the windows lighted up
Lookin' brighter than a Christmas tree.
And I said to myself as I rode by myself,
Ev'rybody's got a home but me.

I rode by a house where the moon was on the porch,
And a girl was on her feller's knee.
And I said to myself as I rode by myself,
Ev'rybody's got a home but me.

I am free and I'm happy to be free,
To be free in the way I want to be.
But once in a while when the road is kinda dark
And the end is kinda hard to see,
I look up and I cry to a cloud goin' by:
'Won't there ever be a home for me, somewhere?
Ev'rybody's got a home but me'

Refrain 2

I rode by a house where a poodle lay asleep
In the shadow of a walnut tree.
And I said to myself as I rode by myself,
Ev'rybody's got a home but me.

I rode by a house where a pigeon had a roost
On the riggin' of a new T.V.
And I said to myself as I rode by myself,
Ev'rybody's got a home but me.

I am free and I'm happy to be free,
To be free in the way I want to be.
But once in a while when I'm talkin' to myself
And there's no one there to disagree,
I look up and I cry to the big empty sky:
'Won't there ever be a home for me, somewhere?
Ev'rybody's got a home but me.'
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Everybody's Got A Home But Me Lyrics

Roy Hamilton – Everybody's Got A Home But Me Lyrics

Songwriters: RICHARD RODGERS, OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
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