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​Home Again

This song is by Brandon Rhyder.

We could sit out on the front porch
And wait for the sun to go down
Or we could jump into the pickup truck
And crank it up and ride around

Or I could race you down the main street
And meet you at the old courthouse
Or we could buy a bunch of beer
And knock 'em back until we all pass out

Here's to old times when this old place was ours
Back before they tore the diner down
Here's to my old friends who didn't scatter with the wind
You haven't changed at all since way back then
And you make this old town feel like home again

Do you remember that night
It rained out the football game?
That night we partied with the girls
From Fort Worth till the police came

You know we knew we'd probably
Never see any of those girls again
But to this day when I drink tequila
I think of them

Here's to old times when this old place was ours
Back before they tore the diner down
Here's to my old friends who didn't scatter with the wind
You haven't changed at all since way back then
And you make this old town feel like home again

I don't wanna hear you talk about
How you're stuck here and can't get out
You're right where you're supposed to be
I am so glad you're here for me, here for me

Here's to old times when this old place was ours
Back before they tore the diner down
Here's to my old friends who didn't scatter with the wind
You haven't changed at all since way back then
And you make this old town feel like home again

Feels like home again
Sure feels like home again

Written by:

Brandon Rhyder; Jon Stewart