I’m A Kid Again

Song Lyrics

Driving down this old dirt road,
Reminds me of the place that I call home,
Back In Carolina
Hanging out with my best friend
Lord, the summers never seemed to end,
Times then were finer,
Not a care in the world,
Sweet on a little country girl,

VERSE 2

A bobber and my old cane pole,
Headed down to the fishing hole again,
Gonna catch the big one,
Camping out in our back yard,
Catching lightning bugs and counting stars,
Made a wish upon one,
Sitting out in a front porch swing,
Listening to the crickets sing,

CHORUS

Memories I recall,
In my mind I see them all,
And how I’d like to wander back again,
I can’t believe it’s been so long,
Since those days have gone,
But sometimes they come back like a long, lost friend,

VERSE 3

Just like sand in an hourglass,
You know, the time just keeps on slipping past,
But I miss the old days,
Goin’ out to grandpa’s farm,
Playing hide and seek out in the barn,
And helping daddy bale hay,
Sunday mornings with my family,
I can almost hear the church bells ring,

CHORUS

Memories I recall,
In my mind I see them all,
And how I’d like to wander back again,
I can’t believe it’s been so long,
Since those days have gone,
But sometimes they come back like a long, lost friend,

And I’m A Kid Again

Songwriter: Rob Mills

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