Dylan Scott My Town

Football lights, Friday nights

Don’t play no more

But that’s still my team

And back behind those bleachers

There’s a spot where I kissed

The homecoming queen

Spent most of my years in these ten square miles

It’s seen all of my tears

It’s seen all of my smiles

I always said I wanted to leave

Now it’s the only place I want to be

This is my town, this is my town

There ain’t an inch of road I ain’t been down

This is my town, this is my town

Long as I’m living I’ll be hanging ’round

It’s the middle of nowhere

But I call it home

I ain’t afraid to say it loud and proud

This is my town, this is my town

Everybody knows everybody

And everybody knows me by my first name

As the world gets complicated

We just try to keep it simple

And stay the same

There’s dirt on them roads

I don’t want them to pave it

Every memory I got

Yeah, them dirt roads they made it

If you’re anything like me

Take your drink and raise it

Yeah, go on and say it

This is my town, this is my town

There ain’t an inch of road I ain’t been down

This is my town, this is my town

Long as I’m living I’ll be hanging ’round

It’s the middle of nowhere

But I call it home

I ain’t afraid to say it loud and proud

This is my town, this is my town, yeah

It’s the middle of nowhere

But I call it home

That’s what I’m all about

It’s where I was raised

At the end of my days

It’s where they’ll lay me down

This is my town, this is my town

There ain’t an inch of road I ain’t been down

This is my town, this is my town

Long as I’m living I’ll be hanging ’round

It’s the middle of nowhere

But I call it home

I ain’t afraid to say it loud and proud

This is my town, this is my town

Oh, this is my town