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Tom Jones The old home town looks the same, As I step down from the train, And there to greet me are my mamma and my poppa; Down the road I look, and there runs Mary, Hair of gold, lips like cherries, It's good to touch the green, green grass of home. CHORUS: Yes, they'll all come to meet me, Arms a-reachin', smilin' sweetly, It's good to touch the green, green grass of home, The old house is still standin, 'Though the paint is cracked and dry, And there's that old oak tree, That I used to play in. Down the lane I'll walk with my sweet Mary, Hair of gold and lips like cherries, It's good to touch the green, green grass of home. Then I awake and look around me, At the four gray walls that surround me, And I realize that I was only dreaming, For there's a guard and a sad old padre, Arm in arm we'll walk at daybreak, And at last I'll touch the green green grass of home.


"Green, Green Grass of Home", written by Claude "Curly" Putman, Jr., is a country song originally made popular by Porter Wagoner in 1965 and Bobby Bare in 1965. It was sung later by Tom Jones in 1966 when it reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on 3 December staying there for a total of seven weeks.[1] It had also been recorded the previous year, 1965, by Jerry Lee Lewis, and included on his album Country Songs For City Folks (later re-issued as All Country), and Jones learned the song from Lewis's version. The Tom Jones record reached #11 pop, #12 easy listening on the Billboard US charts.



Since then it has been a popular cover song recorded by many such as Charley Pride, on his 1966 album Country, Johnny Cash on his 1968 album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, Merle Haggard on his 1968 album "Mama Tried", Hank Snow on his 1968 album Hits, Hits, and more Hits, Joan Baez on her 1969 album David's Album, Pavel Novak - Czech Singer in 1968, Stompin' Tom Connors on his album Stompin' Tom Connors, 'LIVE' at the Horseshoe in 1971, Elvis Presley in 1975 on his album Today, and Kenny Rogers on his self-titled album, Kenny Rogers, in 1977. The song was also recorded by Gram Parsons and The Flying Burrito Brothers but was not released until 1976, on Sleepless Nights, a posthumous, Gram Parsons compilation album. (Parson's friend Clarence White and his band, the short-lived Nashville West, released yet another version of the song.) Countless others such as the great Trini Lopez have recorded this classic, making it a timeless country favorite.



The old home town looks the same as I step down from the train,
and there to meet me is my Mama and Papa.
Down the road I look and there runs Mary hair of gold and lips like cherries.
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they'll all come to meet me, arms reaching, smiling sweetly.
It's good to touch the green, green, grass of home.
The old house is still standing, tho' the paint is cracked and dry,
and there's that old oak tree that I used to play on.

Down the lane I walk with my sweet Mary, hair of gold and lips like cherries.
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they'll all come to meet me, arms reaching, smiling sweetly.
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.

[spoken:]

Then I awake and look around me, at the four grey walls that surround me
and I realize, yes, I was only dreaming.
For there's a guard and there's a sad old padre -
arm in arm we'll walk at daybreak.
Again I touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they'll all come to see me in the shade of that old oak tree
as they lay me neath the green, green grass of home.