Scott Jeffrey

Scott Jeffrey

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Folk - Religious | Casper, Wyoming, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,253   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 1/8/2021

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Song Description

A story about life on the road. A theme of faithfulness and love and the relief someone feels when they're tired and weary but feel that warm feeling of heading home.

Lyrics

Three letters flicker neon
On a burned out diner sign
And the parking lot is empty
Except for big rigs in a line

There?s some old men at the counter
Who?d come in from the rain
Passing time by nursing coffee
Until they can hit the road again...

And there?s a waitress pouring coffee
She looks an awful lot like you.
Except your eyes are soft and round
And chestnut brown...hers are china blue.
She said ?Hun pass your cup and I?ll warm you up
If you want me to.?
We shared a smile and we talked awhile
Then I headed home to you.

Headed Home
To the place where I belong
Headed Home
On a road that?s been too long.
I lost my dreams along the way
But one dream has come true.
I?ve got Nashville in my rearview mirror
And I?m headed home to you.

I played my old guitar in corner bars
Just to get my music heard
Where lonely lost and desperate souls
Hung on every word.
They put money in my tip jar
And they passed the hat around.
They said ?son you might just make it big
If you can get the Nashville sound

BRIDGE
I got to get out of these old blue jeans
I?m under paid and under fed
I got to get out of this motel room
I got to sleep in my own bed.
I got to get out of this rut I?m in
I?ve got to climb out of this hole.
I got to get on out of Nashville
While I?ve still got my soul

I got some money in my pocket
And a pick up full of gas
Heading home without a compass
Just your picture on the dash.
For every dollar that I earned here
It always seemed like I spent two.
I?m going to drink this cup...then settle up
And I?ll be headed home to you.

Headed Home
To the place where I belong
Headed Home
On a road that?s been too long.
I lost my dreams along the way
But one dream has come true.
I?ve got Nashville in my rearview mirror
And I?m headed home to you.

REPEAT CHORUS

Song Length
5:18
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Welcoming, Moving

Subject Matter
Long, General

Similar Artists
Harry Chapin, Neil Young
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Scott Jeffrey
Music Credits Scott Jeffrey
Producer Credits Al Biela
Performance Credits lead guitar: Al Biela Acoustic Guitar: Scott Jeffrey Vocals: Scott Jeffrey