Movin' To The Country by Dave Loggins

I'm movin' to the country
A log cabin by a mountain stream
Where I can think and write and sleep at night
And breathe air that's fresh and clean
And I can raise a family
Like they did in my mother's time
While there's still a little time

Yes, I've lived for years in the city
Workin' jobs both day and night
But every Saturday, I'd try to get away
I'd drive through the quiet of the countryside
Where barns and old farmhouses
Have long been a love of mine
So while there's still a little time
I'm movin' to the country

I'm gonna have reunions
And family gatherings
And lots of little children that love one another
And I'm lookin' for peace on earth
And you can take it for what it's worth
'Cause I'm packin' it up and movin' to the country

Yes, I'm gonna live out where the world stands still
Through the forests and 'cross the field
Where people refuse to lock their doors
(If we could live like that once more)
Now wouldn't the world be a better place
If we could save a little space before she fades away?
And we could move to the country

And be one big reunion
And have family gatherings
And lots of little children that love one another
And I wish I had peace on this earth
And you can take it for what it's worth
'Cause I'm packin' it up and movin' to the country
Yes, I'm packin' it up and movin' to the country

Song writer(s): Dave Loggins

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