Bart Ambrose

Bart Ambrose

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Member Since: 2005
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Plays:

98

Song Description

Reminiscing about growing up in a rural home and relationship with family

Lyrics

FRONT PORCH SWING

Golden sun was going down
Dishes done and the only sound
A choir of crickets in stereo
As our day began to end
We would gather once again
Outside in the warm evening glow

We took turns talking about everything
The good the bad and all of the in-between
There wasn't very much we didn't discuss
Sitting in that front porch swing

Dad was quick to crack a joke
But I listened close when he spoke
Warned me how push can come to shove
And one night in my senior year
I think mom even shed a tear
When I told her of my first true love

CHORUS

Now late at night I lie awake
Thinkin' 'bout that give and take
And how it made me who I am today

CHORUS

Tag
There wasn't very much we didn't discuss
Sitting in that front porch swing
Our feet danglin'
Sitting in that front porch swing


© 2013 Bart Ambrose and Jason Kelly Richards
bambrose@ulink.net 615-480-8951

Song Length
3:13
Genres
Country - Americana, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Content

Subject Matter
Life, Pride


Lyric Credits Ambrose/Richards
Music Credits Ambrose
Performance Credits Dave Smith