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“SMALL TOWN GIRL”
Rachel Proctor/Rick Ferrell

THEY GOT MARRIED OUT OF HIGHSCHOOL BACK IN EIGHTY-ONE
BY THE TIME SHE WAS TWENTY SHE’D HAD A DAUGHTER AND A SON
SHE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEAVE THAT PLACE
BUT SHE KNEW HE’D NEVER MOVE
SHE STAYED THERE AND RAISED THE CHILDREN, THE YEARS JUST FLEW

SHE’D BEEN SAVING UP HER MONEY FROM YARDSALES AND MARY-KAY
SHE BOUGHT HERSELF A TICKET ONE WAY TO L.A.
SHE STOPPED BY TO SEE HER MAMA AND PLACED A ROSE ON HER GRAVE
BY THE TIME HE GOT HOME SHE WAS ALREADY ON HER WAY

SHE NEVER WAS A SMALL TOWN GIRL
SHE WAS ALWAYS DIFFERENT INSIDE
THOUGH SHE TRIED TO PRETEND
SHE JUST COULDN’T FIT IN NO MATTER HOW HARD SHE TRIED
SHE ALWAYS WANTED MORE, MORE THAN JUST A SIMPLE LIFE
SHE WAS BORN FOR A BIGGER WORLD
SHE NEVER WAS A SMALL TOWN GIRL

HE FOUND A LOT OF PICTURES SCATTERED ‘ROUND ON THE FLOOR
SHE’D CUT OUT OF MAGAZINES, HE’D NEVER SEEN THEM BEFORE
ON THE STOVE THERE WAS A LETTER AND HER WEDDING RING TOO
HE WAS HOPING FOR FOREVER BUT IN HIS HEART HE ALWAYS NEW

SHE NEVER WAS A SMALL TOWN GIRL
SHE WAS ALWAYS DIFFERENT INSIDE
THOUGH SHE TRIED TO PRETEND
SHE JUST COULDN’T FIT IN NO MATTER HOW HARD SHE TRIED
SHE ALWAYS WANTED MORE, MORE THAN JUST A SIMPLE LIFE
SHE WAS BORN FOR A BIGGER WORLD
SHE NEVER WAS A SMALL TOWN GIRL