Letra da Música: Long Way Home from Anywhere - Bruce Robison

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I love crossin' the Mississippi River she runs so wide and deep
The sun winks down between the spans at me
The tugboats sing down low beneath the pop of the pavement breaks
I enter an old West Memphis reverie
I can see me flying down I-40 as the camera pulls away
And the music swells with possibilities
Maybe I'm just hopin' as I wake up from my dreams
Or maybe I've just watched too much T.V.

C H O R U S:
But now I'm bound for Colorado and I'm living out in my car
I went out to find myself underneath the western stars
I ain't going back to Nashville all alone where no one cares
Now it's a long way home from anywhere

Steel mills pumping smoke and money but that ain't no life for me
I'll never make another days livin' with my hands
But the big trucks roll and maybe they go back to Tennessee
Tell my daddy that I done the best I can

But now I'm bound for Colorado and I'm living out in my car
I went out to find myself and I found myself in a bar
I ain't going back to Nashville all alone where no one cares
Now it's a long way home from anywhere

Oh one day I drink whiskey and another day I get stoned
And I tell my lies to guys down on the street
And then somedays I start drivin' till I just can't go no more
Then I stop and let some guy tell lies to me

But now I'm bound for Colorado and I'm living out in my car
I went out to find myself and I found myself in a bar
I ain't going back to Nashville all alone where no one cares
Now it's a long way home from anywhere

Now it's a long way home from anywhere


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