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  1. Get Back to the Country Lyrics: When I was a younger man / Got lucky with a rock 'n' roll band / Struck gold in Hollywood / All the time I knew I would / Get back to the country / Back...

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  4. Neil Young Lyrics. "Get Back To The Country". When I was a younger man. Got lucky with a rock 'n' roll band. Struck gold in hollywood. All that time I knew I would. Get back to the country. Back where it all began. Get back to the country.

  5. I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you want to go? I'm goin' to some place where I've never been before. I'm goin' I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine. I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine. We can jump in the water, stay drunk all the time. I'm gonna leave this city, got to get away.

    • "Who Says You Can't Go Home," Bon Jovi Feat. Jennifer Nettles
    • "Home," Blake Shelton
    • "Take Me Home, Country Roads," John Denver
    • "Green Green Grass of Home," Porter Wagoner
    • "My Hometown," Charlie Robison
    • "Turning Home," David Nail
    • "Half of My Hometown," Kelsea Ballerini
    • "My Town," Montgomery Gentry
    • "Back Where I Come from," Kenny Chesney
    • "Give Me Back My Hometown," Eric Church

    Bon Jovi teamed with country singer Jennifer Nettles for this duet about a "hometown boy, born a rolling stone" who realizes how special his hometown is after spending years on the road.

    Blake Shelton put his own spin on Michael Bublé's "Home," a ballad that serves as a reminder that no matter where you're able to travel to in life, there's nothing like coming home.

    John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads," a timeless tribute to the beauty of West Virginia, is one of the most beloved songs about celebrating home.

    Made famous by Porter Wagoner and also recorded by Tom Jones, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash, "Green Green Grass of Home" is a ballad that centers on a man returning to his hometown and reuiniting with loved ones. At the end of the song, it's revealed that the man was only dreaming and the true reality of the man's final trip home makes this country...

    Texas singer-songwriter Charlie Robison describes how, sometimes, even the best laid plans can't compare to the joy and comforts of your hometown. "If you're ever out west son/And you're feeling like slowing down/ I'll see you around, around my hometown," Robison sings.

    David Nail took the subject of home in a unique and beautiful direction with his 2010 song, "Turning Home." The song was co-written by Kenny Chesney, a man with a fondness for his own home, along with Scooter Carusoe. In the tune, Nail remembers all the bittersweet, teenage memories that took place in his hometown, which keep him coming back time a...

    Songs about hometowns are just as prevalent in modern country music as they have been in the past, and Kelsea Ballerini's 2021 single, "Half of My Hometown," showcases that. In this song, Ballerini sings about her hometown of Knoxville, Tenn., describing how some people from her town, including her, have moved onto greener pastures, but other peopl...

    Montgomery Gentry were a duo who often sang about their country pride, and that is true in their 2002 song, "My Town." The song is simple, but it packs a punch, as the duo describes all the unpretentious things they love about their town. Throughout the lyrics, it's clear that this small country town has seen better days ("There ain't much going on...

    It's no secret that Kenny Chesneyis proud of his upbringing near Knoxville, Tenn., and he sings all about it in his single, "Back Where I Come From." Like many of the tunes about hometowns, Chesney describes all the things he loves about his hometown and says he'll end up there one day "when it's said and done." Chesney describes the town as a plac...

    Eric Church breaches the subject of hometowns in his tune, "Give Me Back My Hometown," which acts as a hometown tune and a heartbreak tune. In the song, Church sings from the perspective of a man who has gone through a break up, and everything in his home, which he previously loved, now reminds him of his ex. This frustrates him and leads him to de...

  6. Going Up the Country Lyrics by Canned Heat from the '60s Summer of Love [UMOD] album- including song video, artist biography, translations and more: I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you want to go?

  7. Get Back To The Country Lyrics: Written by Neil Young / When I was a younger man, I got lucky with a rock and roll band / Struck gold in Hollywood, all that time I knew I would / Get back to...

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