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THERE'S NOBODY HOME TO GO HOME TO (Dickey Lee / Allen Reynolds / Mitt Addington) Dickey Lee - 1971 The neon lights are goin' out, the barmaid's half asleep Soon they'll have to lock the door and I'll be on the street About half as drunk as I need to be to face this night alone While others sleep in lovin' beds, I'm just kickin' stones 'Cause there's nobody home to go home to And I pray the Lord that somehow I'll get by But there's nobody home to go home to And tonight I'd like to lay me down to die I see it in my foggy mind, the shutters and the doors Where flowers bloomed and love once grew, a hundred years before Where a girl with golden hair made my life a song Then the picture fades away and all the world is wrong 'Cause there's nobody home to go home to And I pray the Lord that somehow I'll get by But there's nobody home to go home to And tonight I'd like to lay me down to die (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - May 2012)

    


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