Humble Pie Lyrics

VERSE

There's a little town down south where the pines grow that I wanna go.

It's tucked away in the hills, a stream runs through - that streams blue.

and I can see the county diner, a waitress named Winona. The place I once belonged.

 

CHORUS

Where the air's so sweet, it tastes like Humble Pie.

Isn't that nice? Isn't that fine?

Yeah, the air's so sweet, it tastes like humble pie.

isn't that nice? Isn't that fine?

 

VERSE 2

The rain rolls in. Washes away my hard-earned sense of pride, as I say goodbye.

And I can feel it in my soul, the place that I call home. 

 

CHORUS

Where the air's so sweet, it tastes like humble pie.

Isn't that nice? Isn't that fine?

Yeah, the air's so sweet it tastes like humble pie.

isn't that nice? Isn't that fine?

 

BRIDGE

I don't know if I went wrong. I don't know if I belong. I hope I can call that place, call that place home.

I don't know if I went wrong. I don't know if I belong. I hope I can call that place, call that place home.

 

CHORUS

Where the air's so sweet, it tastes like Humble Pie.

Isn't that nice? Isn't that fine?

Yeah, the air's so sweet, it tastes like humble pie.

isn't that nice?

Isn't that fine?