HOME TOWN (Flanagan & Allen) I can see a bunch of smalltown hicks Squatting round the local flora, whittling sticks In my hometown, why did I ever roam town, I must be crazy Though the city girls are not so slow Take me to the corn-fed girls I used to know I'm pinin' night and day for that old-time new mown hay Home town, want to wander round your backstreets See your tumbledown old shack streets I'm going back to see those corny country cousins of mine Home town, where they get up in the morning And are all so busy yawning I'll get a welcome from those corny country cousins of mine I see an old schoolhouse door We used to tumble through at four There's a small candy store Where I could go a dozen lollipops and shout for more Home town, where the garden trees are shady That's where Edie was a lady I'm going back to see those corny country cousins of mine I see an old schoolhouse door We used to tumble through at four There's a small candy store Where I could go a dozen lollipops and shout for more Home town, where the garden trees are shady That's where Edie was a lady I'm going back to see those corny country cousins of mine (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - February 2003)