Just A Kid From Somewhere

by Kevin Stokley

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There's a t-shirt folded in the back of the drawer
That you know that you're never gonna wear
But you scraped twenty bucks together
And you bought it at the show
That summer of your senior year

You still love the smell of October
You love the look of the lights on the field
And it's been a little while but not long enough
To forget how the way a good comeback feels

We're all just a kid from somewhere
Working on a Friday night dream
Turned up loud, trying to make our Daddies proud
Acting like we know what we're doing in the back seat
We're still back there under the bleachers
We're still out there under the stars
No clue what we're doing when it comes down to it
We're all just a kid, all just a kid from somewhere

We're all still waiting on a slow song
Still praying summer's never gonna end
Yeah, we're still making plans
Some are still falling through
We're still drinking a beer with our best friend

We're all just a kid from somewhere
Working on a Friday night dream
Turned up loud, trying to make our Mamas proud
Acting like we know what we're doing in the back seat
We're still back there under the bleachers
We're still out there under the stars
No clue what we're doing when it comes down to it
We're all just a kid, all just a kid from somewhere

Doesn't matter if you leave (somewhere)
Doesn't matter if you stay (somewhere)
'Cause I swear either way

We're still right there under the bleachers
We're still out there under the stars
No clue what we're doing when it comes down to it
We're all just a kid, all just a kid from somewhere


Lyrics © Creative Nation

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released April 17, 2020
Electrics: John Marlin
Acoustics/Drums/Programming: Kevin Stokley

Songwriters: B. Dean, L. Laird, L. McKenna

Mixed and Mastered by Gone Coastal Productions

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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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