From the recording Maybe Next Year

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Lyrics


Took the long way home and pretended you were here, right there. In the passenger seat, arm out the window.
I'll push forward into this night,
Darkness cut by the headlights.
And I'm into the unknown,
Lost without a guide.
Looking for that place,
We stopped for gas that time.
This search for sanity.
A plug to fill this hole.
My mind is spiraling out of control.
Do you remember saying
That there were days worth saving?
I skipped my shift and we took off up North.
And even though we got off track,
There was no turning back.
Just keep up going on down that road.
And when we hit that dead end
Just miles past Grand Bend.
And the heater broke and started blowing cold.
We turned the volume up high.
I looked up to that clear sky.
Anywhere you were with me, I am home.
We just said our last goodbyes.
I managed not to cry.
Read your eulogy off a post-it note.
Said you were taken far too soon.
And that I loved you to the moon and back Just like you would when we were younger.
Do you remember saying
That there were days worth saving? I skipped my shift and we took off up North. And even though we got off track,
There was no turning back.
Just keep up on travelling down that road.
And when we hit that dead end
Just miles past Grand Bend.
And the heater broke and started blowing cold. We turned the volume up high.
I looked up to that clear sky.
Anywhere you were with me, I am home.