Pennsylvania Home

by The Front Porch Country Band

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PENNSYLVANIA HOME
Written expressly for The Front Porch Country Band
Words & music © 2007-2009 by RWGathman (BMI) for USAgency Entertainment.
© USAgency, Inc. (BMI) All rights reserved worldwide.

LYRICS:

There’s a place where dreams are born – a man can still live free
My boyhood home is callin’ out to me
Traveled all around this world – from sea to shinin’ sea
Pennsylvania’s still callin’ out to me
From the rugged western steel mills – where they blast the iron ore
To Philadelphia’s Freedom Bell – and the untamed Great Lake shore

Pennsylvania’s callin’– no matter how far I roam
Callin’ me back – Pennsylvania Home

From the birthplace of our nation – and the fields at Valley Forge
To the blood-soaked graves at Gettysburg – where we turned the tide of the Civil War

Pennsylvania’s callin’– no matter how far I roam
Callin’ me back – Pennsylvania Home

Now the Susquehanna’s flowing on – to The Mason-Dixon Line
The Endless mountains rise to touch the sky
Red-tailed Hawks still rule the air – the Eagle still flies free
And Freedom’s light still shines for you and me
From the rollin’ golden wheat fields – and the clearest mountain streams
To the ancient Alleghenies – where a man can live his dreams

Pennsylvania’s callin’– no matter how far I roam
Callin’ me back – Pennsylvania Home

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released August 17, 2009

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