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  1. Home Remedy

From the album Unhinged (digital album)

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Lyrics

HOME REMEDY
(Patrick Jason Matthews/Tim Johnson)

There's a little house down on Fairview Street
It's not the biggest on the block, but there's an old oak tree
Holdin' up a Goodyear swing and a little boy, my pride and joy
I can't believe he's already three

And there's a woman in the garden plantin' daffodils
Come spring you'll find them in a vase on our windowsill
She's gonna greet me at the door and when I walk in
It's like medicine, the way it makes me feel

It's not just a place I hang my cowboy hat
It's where the weight of the world is lifted off my back
It's a cure-all for the soul and it heals the heart of me
I've got a home remedy

I go down to the hardware store for some nails and glue
Work on that shaky front porch rail like I promised to
And every time I have to wear that old tool belt, well, it's hard to tell
Just who's fixin' who

It's not just a place I hang my cowboy hat
It's where the weight of the world is lifted off my back
It's a cure-all for the soul and it heals the heart of me
I've got a home remedy

So I don't worry 'bout that forty hour grind
'Cause I know, 'for long, it'll be quittin' time
And I'll be pullin' in the drive

No, it's not just a place I hang my cowboy hat
It's where the weight of the world is lifted off my back
It's a cure-all for the soul and it heals the heart of me
I've got a home remedy
I've got a home remedy

There's a little house down on Fairview Street


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