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The Official Song of The Annual PATRICK DAVIS HOPE TOWN Songwriters Festival! "Hope Town" was written on the porch of The Big House at The Firefly Sunset Resort during the inaugural PD & Hope Town Songwriters Festival by Jesse Rice, Django Walker, Mark Bryan, Phillip Lammonds & Patrick Davis. This version, which will soon be included on Jesse Rice's upcoming album, features Rice singing lead vocals in verse #1 & all the choruses, Davis taking verse #2 and all harmonies & then Django Walker featured in the bridge. For more info on 2014's PD & Hope Town Songwriters Festival visit www.PDandHopeTown.com!!

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HOPE TOWN
Mark Bryan/Patrick Davis/Phillip Lammonds/Jesse Rice/Django Walker

VERSE #1:

It was raining gray and cold... this morning when I left home...
35 degrees outside man this is getting' old...
For a salty dog like me... who still thinks he's 17...
Sometimes you gotta break away and escape reality...

CHORUS:

Hey Hope Town...
Throw me a rope down...
Into a bottle of Firefly Rum & let me swim around...
Where the low down is to hurry up and slow down...
In Hope Town

VERSE #2:

I'm gonna get my fix of cracked conch & cold Kalik...
I'm gonna walk the plank at Captain Jack's like an old pirate ship...
Yeah you look so good in those beads and braids my lil island girl...
Shining like a candy stripped lighthouse...
Sitting on the edge of the world...

REPEAT CHORUS

BRIDGE:

They say my boat is leaving...
Plane's waiting on the ground...
Was supposed to be a round trip...
But this trip turned me around...

REPEAT CHORUS

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released 04 February 2014

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