Doyle Ellis  / SONGWRITER

Doyle Ellis / SONGWRITER

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Country - General | Durant, Oklahoma, United States
Total Song Plays: 846   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 1/21/2020

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Plays:

18

Lyrics

I CALL IT HOME
VERSE:
I was driving down a back road
On the outskirts of town.
Cows and fields and fences
Were the only things around.
Every time I'd turn that truck on that
Gravel road. I can't help but thinking
Man I'm getting' close.

CHORUS:
There's something about that place
Reminds me of those days, when I was young.
We had a lot of fun; you might think it's dumb
But I call it home.

VERSE:
We'd go down to that creek bank on a hot summer
Night. We'd fixed us a little spot on the water where
The fish would always bite. We'd stay down there till
The fire burned out, then we'd drag our butts back home
And get up in the morning work the job till it's done
Then I'd call up all my friends head back to the creek again

CHORUS:
There's something about that place
Reminds me of those days, when I was young.
We had a lot of fun; you might think it's dumb
But I call it home. Yal'

CHORUS:
There's something about that place
Reminds me of those days, when I was young.
We had a lot of fun; you might think it's dumb
But I call it home

TAG:
We had a lot of fun; you might think it's dumb
But I call it home

Written by Zach Ray & Drew Mckinney
Domela Publishing
3/29/2013

Song Length
3:33
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - Rockabilly
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Content

Subject Matter
Home, Happiness


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Zach Ray & Drew McKinney
Music Credits Zach Ray, Drew McKinney & Doyle Ellis
Producer Credits Doyle Ellis
Publisher Credits Domela Publishing