Her And A Hometown

by Kevin Stokley

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Take a two lane ‘til it dead ends
Make a hard right at the station
Pass the blue house with a big porch
On a Friday night hearing the Bearcats playing
Her hand in my hand
Lighting bugs flash in the field by the firework stand
And if I could, man I would go right back again

To a green eyed girl with her hair in the wind
To a little red line with a white push pin
Yeah, back then I didn’t wanna settle down
Now the only two things I think about
Are what I lost and what I miss
Her and a hometown

Now it’s midnight on a bar stool
At a new spot in the city
Full of people, they don’t know me
Swore I heard her laugh and the memory hit me
Her hand in my hand
Wine cooler kiss in the field by the firework stand
It wasn’t like I was sitting there trying
But I went back again

To a green eyed girl with her hair in the wind
To a little red line with a white push pin
Yeah, back then I didn’t wanna settle down
Now the only two things I think about
Are what I lost and what I miss
Her and a hometown

Everybody’s got something that they can’t forget
That they think about more than they wanna admit
And mine is…


Lyrics Copyright © OLE Publishing, Warner Music Group

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released October 4, 2019
Acoustics/Keys/Programming: Kevin Stokley
Drums: Chad Melchert
Electrics: Andy Gibson

Mixed and Masterd at Gone Coastal Productions

Songwriters: Brown, Hendricks, Welling

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“Kevin Stokley has magnified and glorified the intersecting sweet spot of love for distinctly country music, swelling guitar string arrangements and the tricky craft of writing songs that are both intensely personal and universally identifiable.”

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