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  1. Little Farm
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Written & produced by Roo McKeller.

PRS Tunecode - 134973KS
ISWC - T-913.146.185-3

Lyrics

Summer always takes me back
Somewhere off a dusty track
To home when I was just a boy
My daddy had a farm in Reno
Some cattle and a Palomino
Underneath a warm Nevada sun

He used to let me stay out late
And by the river I would play
Watching as the sun set through the trees
The coldest winters I remember
The beauty of a late September
A little farm, the whole wide world to me

For you may know where you're going
But a little part of you it stays
And though my childhood dreams
Are lost within the past
That little farm is where I long to be these days

They repossesed in '83
And our dreams were scattered like the leaves
Blowing over places we once knew
I buried daddy by the river
He said he always did belong there
And along with him a piece of me died too

For you may know where you're going
But a little part of you it stays
And though my childhood dreams
Are lost within the past
That little farm is where I long to be these days

I bought the land in '04
To build again what stood before
I guess I'm just a little kid at heart
And by the river stands a stone
For the moment all alone
Until the day that life & I must part
I'll visit once again this year
And take the children far from here
Returning to a place that stole my heart

For you may know where you're going
(and know where you are)
But a little part of you it stays
And though my childhood dreams
Are lost within the past
That little farm is where I long to be these days

For you may know where you're going
(and know where you are)
But a little part of you it stays
(a part of you it stays)
And though my childhood dreams
Are lost within the past
That little farm is where I long to be these days