New Hometown Lyrics

by Sara Evans

Every day we walk right past
All the concrete and the glass
I don't know where we're going
I hardly ever see your face
And there's not enough space
For all the love we should be growing

We just need a little earth to stand on
Plant our hearts on solid ground
Turn the lights out on this city
And wake up in a new hometown

We'll stand out in our front yard
Where we can finally breathe
If we find a little earth to stand on
Baby, you and me

Imagine Friday football games
Where everybody knows our names
They even stop to say hello
I bet they'll have a town parade
And kids selling lemonade
Baby, don't you wanna go?

We just need a little earth to stand on
Plant our hearts on solid ground
Turn the lights out on this city
And wake up in a new hometown

We'll stand out in our front yard
Where we can finally breathe
If we find a little earth to stand on
Baby, you and me

I don't want to face tomorrow
If we don't leave this place tonight
I've never been more sure
Of anything in my life

All we need's a little earth to stand on
Plant our hearts on solid ground
Turn the lights out on this city
Wake up in a new hometown

Stand out in our front yard
Where we can finally breathe
If we find a little earth to stand on
Baby, you and me

Need a little earth to stand on
Plant our hearts on solid ground
Turn the lights out on this city
Wake up in a new hometown

We'll dance out in our front yard
Underneath a maple tree
If we find a little earth to stand on
Baby, you and me