They're Tearin' My Little Town
Eddie Rabbitt

EDDIE RABBITT


They're Tearin' My Little Town Down Lyrics

There used to be a place where I would run
Down by the little stream
Where I could dream of things to come
It doesn't seem like twenty years ago
But there's eight lanes of concrete
Running over my old back road

They're tearing my little town down
Stone by stone, ground by ground
Men used to work in that old factory
Now they just stand around
Don't tear it down

I guess I shouldn't really be surprised
It's all in the name of progress
But it seems like suicide
They say you can never go back again
And I feel like I'm saying goodbye
Oh, to my only friend
They're tearing my little town down
Stone by stone, ground by ground
We turn away so we don't have to see
But we can't shut out that sound
Don't tear it down

There used to be a place where I would go
And except for some old photographs
It's a place my kids never will know
A cold wind blows across the setting sun
And I worry about the future
When the past is under the gun

They're tearing my little town down
Stone by stone, ground by ground
And it was here before my father was
He's buried in this ground
Don't tear it down

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Record Label(s): 1990 Capitol Records Nashville All rights reserved Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws Manufactured by Nashville Catalog,
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