Thomas Rhett - Where We Grew Up Lyrics


Rooster crow meant coffee pot
No trespass meant don’t get caught
Hit the town meant parking lot
Where we grew up

It was ask her to dance, leave room for Jesus
Friday nights were lights and bleachers
Riding around ’cause gas was cheaper
Where we grew up

On country music
Baseball diamonds
Finding us a fishing hole
Them Sunday morning sermons, tailgate, learnin’, sippin’ something cold
They born and raised us on faith, hope and love
And made dang sure, we were dang sure proud of
Where we grew up, yeah
Where we grew up

You could trust a man with a handshake
Last one through man, shut the gate
It was either Ford or Chevrolet
Where we grew up

It was Grizzly straight or wintergreen
Leave a ring in your muddy jeans
Small town living that American dream
Where we grew up

On country music
Baseball diamonds
Finding us a fishing hole
Them Sunday morning sermons, tailgate, learnin’, sippin’ something cold
They born and raised us on faith, hope and love
And made dang sure, we were dang sure proud of
Where we grew up, yeah
Where we grew up

A Bible and a radio
Taught us everything we know
Grass was green as it could grow
Where we grew up, yeah
Thank God we grew up

On country music
Baseball diamonds
Finding us a fishing hole
Them Sunday morning sermons, tailgate, learnin’, sippin’ something cold
They born and raised us on faith, hope and love
And made dang sure, we were dang sure proud of
Where we grew up, yeah
That’s where we grew up
Thank God we grew up
That’s where we grew up

A Bible and a radio
They taught us everything we know


Where We Grew Up Lyrics
 

 
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