G Mama's got her apron on standin in the kitchen C cookin up my favorite dish, whatever she is fixin A C G Daddy's in a picture in a frame that's always sittin by the phone G Dafodils are poppin up out behind the clothesline C Underneath that tree I planted when I was just a boy of 9 A C Man I never can believe just how much its grown when I go Chorus G C Home, back home F C To the gentle place that held me close, as I became a man F G C D And the streets are all familiar and an old friend shakes my hand, And I feel G C Fine, so fine F C Yeah knowing that this road I'm wandering on F D G From time to time always leads me home. G Brother he'll be waitin with the latest from the grapevine sayin C Man you won't believe them stories bout those crazy friends of mine A C G And all them little scandals, that a small town can't seem to leave alone G Later on we'll sit around bellies tight from supper C Tellin all them stories that we just can't get enough of A C And somewhere in an honest laugh, it'll finally hit me that I'm... Chorus: G C Home, back home F C Where the memories all have gathered up and slowly turned to gold F G C D And I've carried them along with me where ever I may go,And I feel G C Fine, so fine F C Yeah knowing that this road I'm wandering on F D G From time to time always leads me home. Instrumental G C F G Am E And I go and put some flowers down at daddy's stone C ??? D And I see that empty space beside him, it always makes me glad That I came Chorus: G C Home, back home F C Where the Bible is the Bible and the angels get their wings F G C D And the circle is unbroken, when I hear them church bells ring and I feel G C Fine, you know I feel so fine F C Yeah knowing that this road I'm wandering on F D C From time to time unwinds, across the rivers through the pines G And leads me home.