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Walking home to you
Walking home to you
I'm talking
Through my wounds
That I'm bleeding
Out for you
Talking
Through my wounds
Walking home to you

I listen when I can
I listen when I can
To this picture of you
I carry in my hand
Lets me hear you say
You're never far away

And the dirt beneath
My heels in the road
Obeys command to me
And serves me as I go
And though it
Help to know
You're never far away
I can't help
Wondering how
You might feel
About me today

Ada let me know
Ada let me know
Will you want me back
Or is it better
If I go
Will you want me back
Ada let me know

That Carolina wind
That Carolina Wind
It blows in my eyes
And makes me realize
The trouble
That I'm in
That Carolina Wind

And the dirt beneath
My heels in the road
Obeys command to me
And serves me as I go
And though it
Help to know
You're never far away
I can't help
Wondering how
You might feel
About me today

You'll see me in a dream
You'll see me in a dream
You'll see me in a dream
Across a mountain stream
And you will hear me say
You're never far away
Never far away
Never far away



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