It Just Hasn’t Grown On Me

by Mike and Diane Sciachitano (The Shockitanos)

Genre: Folk/Acoustic

Lyrics

Looked out on the fields of gold

Daffodil and marigold

Memories to have and to hold

From back when I was home

Morning chores before it’s hot

Forget-me-nots that I forgot

Happiness didn’t cost a lot

Back when I was home

Chorus

Traded the simple life / gave up on my grass roots

Hung up my overalls and bought expensive suits

Moved to the city to impress the powers that be

But it just hasn’t grown on me

Drinking water from the hose

Wet grass underneath my toes

Came out smelling like a rose

Back when I was home

A little rain would be okay

Adding dew to my display

I cherished every single day

Back when I was home

Chorus

Colors of the columbine

And morning glories on the vine

They all want the sun to shine

I need to get back home

Chorus

Traded the simple life / gave up on my grass roots

Hung up my overalls and bought expensive suits

Moved to the city to impress the powers that be

But it just hasn’t grown…

Never felt so all alone

It just hasn’t grown on me

Yeah, it just hasn’t grown on me.

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