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Lonestar Lyrics
"My Front Porch Looking In"

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Yeah, oh yeah
The only ground I ever owned was sticking to my shoes
Now I look out my front porch at this panoramic view
I can sit and watch the fields fill up with rays of golden sun
Or watch the moon lay on the fences like that's where it was hung
My blessin's aren't in front of me, it's not about the land
I'll never beat the view from my front porch lookin' in.

Chorus:
There's a carrot-top that can barely walk with a sippy cup of milk
A little blue-eyed blonde with shoes on wrong 'cause she likes to dress herself
And the most beautiful girl holding both of them
Yeah, the view I love the most is my front porch looking in. yeah, yeah

I've traveled here and everywhere followin' my job
I've seen the paintings from the air, brushed by the hand of God
The mountains and the canyons reach from sea to shining sea
But I can't wait to get back home to the one He made for me
'Cause anywhere I'll ever go and anywhere I've been
Nothin' takes my breath away like my front porch looking in.

Chorus:
There's a carrot-top that can barely walk with a sippy cup of milk
A little blue-eyed blonde with shoes on wrong 'cause she likes to dress herself
And the most beautiful girl holding both of them
Yeah, the view I love the most is my front porch looking in.

I see what beautiful is about
When I'm looking in, not when I'm looking out.

Chorus:
There's a carrot-top that can barely walk with a sippy cup of milk
A little blue-eyed blonde with shoes on wrong 'cause she likes to dress herself
And the most beautiful girl holding both of them
Yeah, the view I love the most.

Oh, the view I love the most is my front porch looking in.
Yeah, yeah

Oh, that's a carrot-top that can barely walk
(From my front porch looking in)
A little blue-eyed blonde with her shoes on wrong
(From my front porch looking in)
And the most beautiful girl is holding both of them
Oh yeah...
This song is from the album "From There to Here: Greatest Hits".