Straight Back Home

Written in April of 1996 in Fort McMurray, Alberta

It’s another day
And I try to find my way out of town
But I only make it to the city limit sign
Then the old emotional rope starts to bind
It don’t matter where I go
I’ve always come straight back home to you

Well we met somewhere
Someplace, somehow some time
We swore our love underneath the stars
To the moon and back was never half as far
It don’t matter where I go
I’ve always come straight back home to you

Straight back home
Where I will return to my love again
Straight back home
Where I will return on those rising winds
To see you again
To see you again

Well the sun goes down
And the lights come up all over town
And as I wonder where you are tonight
Somehow, someway, I think I might
It don’t matter where I go
I’ll always come straight back home to you

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