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Always Rolliní Home

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Iím a rolliní stone, always rolliní home.

I guess Iíll have to break the habit

Sorry now I ever had it for Iím always rolliní home

Traveliní all alone, guess I should have known

That when the summer breeze a-blowiní

Brings a smell of things a-growiní

Iíd be always rolliní home.

 

I never knew how much Iíd miss that old pine tree.

It seems that I can hear him sighiní just for me,

"Wonít you please come home?"

Lonely years have flown

And brought that old familiar feeliní

To my heart that comes a stealiní

When Iím always rolliní home.

 

Ever since the day I went away

Iíve been always rolliní home.

Everything I left behind me

Seemed to say "Why did you roam?"

The little gal I loved so well is calling

Calling to her rolliní stone.

Now no matter where I go my heartís returniní

And Iím always rolliní home.

 

Iím a rolliní stone, always rolliní home.

I guess Iíll have to break the habit

Sorry now I ever had it for Iím always rolliní home.

Traveliní all alone, I guess I should have known

That when the summer breeze a-blowiní

Brings a smell of things a-growiní

Iíd be always rolliní home.

 

I never knew how much Iíd miss that old pine tree.

It seems that I can hear him sighiní just for me,

"Wonít you please come home?"

Lonely years have flown

And brought that old familiar feeliní

To my heart that comes a stealiní

When Iím always rolliní home.

Rollin' home!

 

 

 

 

More about this song.

This song has never been commercially recorded.

For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriterís Guild of America