The Rebound 

Written in April of 1990 in Edmonton, Alberta

Little Darlin’, what you wanna do?
I’ve got a dollar in my pocket and I wanna run away with you.
This job, might drive me over the cliff
But I know I’ll be alright if it’s you I’m with

Just you and me and the wind blowing back our hair
I don’t know where we’re going but we’ll know once we get there

Come on, baby, let’s leave this town
Ain’t nothing here for us so why stick around?
Come on, baby, wipe away your frown,
We’ll catch ‘em all
We’ll catch em on the rebound

I don’t care what your Momma she might thing about me
If we wanted her opinion, then we’d ask her, now, wouldn’t we?
And I don’t care what your Daddy, he say
There ain’t no tomorrow, to hell with yesterday
We’re living in the right here and now
We’ll catch ‘em all
We’ll catch ’em on the rebound

Come on
Come on
Come on pretty baby
We’ll I remember all those nights up on Shepman’s Hill
Girl it wasn’t Blueberry but I sure did find my thrills
Come on
Come on
Come on pretty baby

Come on, baby, let’s leave this town
Ain’t nothing here for us so why stick around?
Come on, baby, wipe away your frown,
We’ll catch ‘em all
We’ll catch em on the rebound

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