Half Of My Hometown Lyrics With Guitar Chords

Half Of My Hometown is one of the most popular songs of the time. Half Of My Hometown lyrics written by Shane Mcanally / Ross Copperman / Jimmy Robbins / Nicolle Galyon / Kelsea Ballerini. This song has sung by Kelsea Ballerini

SingerKelsea Ballerini
Albumkelsea
Released2020
TuningE A D G B E

Half Of My Hometown Lyrics

Half of my high school got too drunk
Half of my high school fell in love
With the girl next door
In their daddy’s Ford

…………….*…………….

Half of my Main Street’s mini skirts
Half of my Main Street’s dressed for church
It could use some rain
And a fresh coat of paint

…………….*…………….

Half of my hometown’s still hangin’ around
Still talkin’ about that one touchdown
They’re still wearin’ red and black
Go Bobcats, while the other half
Of my hometown, they all got out
Some went north, some went south
Still lookin’ for a feelin’ half of us ain’t found

…………….*…………….

So stay or leave
Part of me will always be
Half of my hometown

Half of our prom queens cut their hair
Half of them think that it ain’t fair
The quarterback moved away and never came back

…………….*…………….

Oh, half of my family is happy I left
But my daddy knows that I won’t forget
Where I came from
The same place where they came from

…………….*…………….

Half of my hometown’s still hangin’ around
Still talkin’ about that one touchdown
They’re still wearin’ red and black
Go Bobcats, while the other half
Of my hometown, they all got out
Some went north, some went south
Still lookin’ for a feelin’ half of us ain’t found

…………….*…………….

So stay or leave
Part of me will always be
Half of my hometown
Half of my hometown

Back roads raise us
Highways take us
Memories make us wanna go back

…………….*…………….

To our hometown, settle down
Talk about that one touchdown
Raise some kids in red and black
Go Bobcats, while the other half
Of my hometown was in the crowd
They knew the words, they sang them loud
And all I wanna do is make them proud

…………….*…………….

‘Cause half of me will always be
From Knoxville, Tennessee
My hometown
‘Cause I’m half of my hometown



Half of my high school got too drunk

Half of my high school fell in love with the girl next door

In their daddy’s Ford

And half of my main street’s mini skirts

Half of my main street’s dressed for church

It could use some rain, and a fresh coat of paint

Half of my hometown’s still hangin’ around

Still talkin’ about that one touchdown

They’re still wearin’ red and black

“Go Bobcats” while the other half

Of my hometown, they all got out

Some went north, some went south

They’re still lookin’ for a feelin’ half of us ain’t found

So stay or leave, part of me will always be

Half of my hometown


Half of our prom queens cut their hair

Half of them think that it ain’t fair

The quarterback moved away and never came back

Half of my family is happy I left

The other half worries I’ll just forget

Where I came from

Same place where they came from

Half of my hometown’s still hangin’ around

Still talkin’ about that one touchdown

They’re still wearin’ red and black

“Go Bobcats” while the other half

Of my hometown, they all got out

Some went north, some went south

They’re still lookin’ for a feelin’ half of us ain’t found

So stay or leave, part of me will always be

Half of my hometown

Mm, Half of my hometown (Oh)

Back roads raised us

Highways, they take us
[D*]
Memories make us wanna go back

To our hometown, settle down

Talk about that one touchdown

Raise some kids in red and black

“Go Bobcats” while the other half

Of our hometown was in the crowd

They knew the words, they sang them loud

And all I wanna do is make them proud

Cause half of me will always be Knoxville, Tennessee

My hometown Oh

My hometown

My hometown

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