Hills Of Home Song Lyrics and Chords

Hazel Dickens

Hills Of Home

 

Hills Of Home Song Lyrics and Chords by Hazel Dickens

 

Hills Of Home
Written and Recorded by Hazel Dickens
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There ain’t much that’s left h
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ere that ain’t al
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l run down
 
Gone are the echoes of  
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old familiar  
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sound
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Families are scattered  
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parted and  
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gone
 
Left a lot of good things to  
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wither away back  
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home
 
Can’t you feel
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those 
 
hill
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s around you
 
Can’t yo
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u feel that touch o
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home
 
And don’t you wish
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you’d 
 
ne
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ver 
 
gone
 
There are some things memories  
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can’t 
 
brin
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home
 
Hills of home  
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hills of  
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home
 
Families scattered  
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off and  
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gone
 
These old hills  
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that have been passed  
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by
 
Well they’ve seen their share of leavin
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g in thei
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time
 
Old familiar dirt roads wind  
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through the piney  
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glade
 
Where all the longing of  
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childhood dreams were  
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made
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Where we passed the mossy mounds  
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where I could run and  
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play
 
Never a care to cross my mind  
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all the livelong  
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day
Repeat #2 & 3
 
Yes they’ve seen their share of leavin
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g in thei
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time

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Hills Of Home?
– The song Hills Of Home was sang by Hazel Dickens.

 

Who is Hazel Dickens?
– Hazel Jane Dickens (June 1, 1925 – April 22, 2011) was an American bluegrass singer, songwriter, double bassist and guitarist. Her music was characterized not only by her high, lonesome singing style, but also by her provocative pro-union, feminist songs. Cultural blogger John Pietaro noted that “Dickens didnâ€t just sing the anthems of labor, she lived them and her place on many a picket line, staring down gunfire and goon squads, embedded her into the cause.” The New York Times extolled her as “a clarion-voiced advocate for coal miners and working people and a pioneer among women in bluegrass music.” With Alice Gerrard, Dickens was one of the first women to record a bluegrass album.

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