There's a break in the barbed wire fence
On the edge of the Fuller farm
Halfway between that cottonwood tree
And what's left of that rusted out car
There's a crack in the stained glass cross
On the back of the fellowship hall
And somebody wrote out "I love Jenny"
On the Fourth Street sidewalk

Every line, every inch, every mile, every bend of my hometown
In my mind, in my veins, every breath that I take, it's in me now

I want to know you like the back of my hand
And when I fall, I want you to be my place to land
I want to know that at the end of the day
That I am yours, and that's never going to change
That I'm safe and sound in your solid ground
I want to know you now like in my hometown

There's a million miles of you
That I have never driven down
And there are years and years before me
So let it all come pouring out

Every smile, every tear, every scar in the corners of your heart
Every step that you take, every breath that makes you who you are

I want to know you like the back of my hand
And when I fall, I want you to be my place to land
I want to know that at the end of the day
That I am yours, and that's never going to change
That I'm safe and sound in your solid ground
I want to know you now like my hometown

I want that city limit sign passing me by
Feeling, driving down Main on a Friday night
When I look into your eyes

I want to know you like the back of my hand
And when I fall, I want you to be my place to land
I want to know that at the end of the day
That I am yours, and that's never going to change
That I'm safe and sound in your solid ground
I want to know you now like in my hometown

Like my hometown
I want to know you now
Like my hometown
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Hometown Lyrics

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