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Insecurities beyond the hotel lobby
While I'm forced to call this a home without you
So let's keep this conversation lingering on
Don't say goodnight, not while I am

Gone

This will be a long, long ride
And I'll be dreaming of coming
Home
And when you are alone tonight
I'll be writing you another song

Waiting for release
I miss the sound of you laughing
And I'll never call this a home without you
So let's get this conversation lightened up
Don't say goodnight, not while I am

Gone

This will be a long, long ride
And I'll be dreaming of coming
Home
When you are alone tonight
I'll be writing you another song

Keep your eyes on the road
We're gonna make it out of this town
Keep your eyes on the road
We're gonna make it out of this town

We could run away, away

I'm gone
This will be a long, long ride
Long ride
I'm dreaming of coming
Home, Home, Home
I'm writing you another song



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