Who Sang Home? Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton Blue Smoke cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2014-1-31
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country
length: 3:23
producer: Kent Wells
composer: Dolly Parton
lyricist: Dolly Parton
Looking out at my window pane
Tears lingering with the rain
I'm so lonesome, I could cry
Just like old Hank

Staring down on the city street
Feeling empty and incomplete
There's a place I need to be
To feel my day

A place I can go
Where I can be free
Where I can be happy and
Just be me

Home, where the long wind's blowin'
And the river's is flowing
Run along, like a lazy bum in
The midnight summer night
Run along, fishing with a friend
And a fishing hope
Rocking, lay down my heavy load
Know that I am always welcomed home

I left home, I was 17
I had a lot of ambitious dreams
Seen a lot of those dreams come true
I had good luck

I ain't complaining, that's for sure
I got a lot to be thankful of
One of those things is a magic door
That opens up

Back to the time when I was a kid
With the sounds of a cricket and (???)


CD 1
  • 1 Blue Smoke
  • 2 Unlikely Angel
  • 3 Don’t Think Twice
  • 4 You Can’t Make Old Friends
  • 5 Home
  • 6 Banks of the Ohio
  • 7 Lay Your Hands on Me
  • 8 Miss You - Miss Me
  • 9 If I Had Wings
  • 10 Lover du Jour
  • 11 From Here to the Moon and Back
  • 12 Try