performed by Dean Miller on his self-titled
transcribed by Diron Ahlquist
[G]They call me hayseed [C]country boy, [G]but what I am I [C]canít avoid,
[G]My hometown [C]streets are part of [D]me.
[G]City limit signs are [C]back to back, [G]we ainít even a [C]dot on the
[G]Nothiní to do, but [C]man do you feel [D]free.
Here in [G]Nowhere, [C]U.S.[D]A., thatís where [G]Iím from [C]where Iíll
[C]You can have your [D]Broadway nights, [G]Iíll take stars and [C]pale
[G]Raise my kids some[D]day, in [C]Nowhere, [D]U.S.[G]A.
[G]We got one street light and a [C]cop named Joe, [G]an old cafť where
[G]Church on Sunday, a [C]dance on Saturday [D]night.
[G]Kids drag and their [C]folks stay home, [G]playiní cards and domi[C]noes.
[G]Familyís strong and [C]we know wrong from [D]right.
[C]We donít laugh or look [D]down our nose, or [G]judge a man by the [C]cut
of his clothes,
[G]We donít live that [D]way, in [C]Nowhere, [D]U.S.[G]A.
[G]They call me hayseed [C]country boy, [G]but what I am I [C]canít avoid.
[G]My hometown [C]streets are part of [D]me!