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(Charlie Black/Dana Hunt)

Missed you at your daddy's place.
Missed you at your uncle's place.
Drove down to your sister's and she said that I missed you by a day.
Me and what went wrong headed south.
Tryin' to track you down.
Wherever I checked darlin' you'd already checked out.
I'm no closer to you than I was the day you left.
Parked out here under the moon, dyin' to give it a rest.

So goodnight Raleigh, goodnight Durham.
Goodnight Atlanta and Macon and Jacksonville.
Live from high atop the hood of my car.
I'm signing off, sweet dreams baby, wherever you are

One day I'll catch up to you.
Tell you what I've been through.
One day it won't be your voice mail I'm talking to.
You won't have to say all that much.
Just tell me where we lost touch.
And if there's a chance of some new version of the way it was.
You've got my number you pick the time, pick the town.
You're out there somewhere, it's your move now.

So goodnight Raleigh, goodnight Durham.
Goodnight Atlanta and Macon and Jacksonville.
Live from high atop the hood of my car.
I'm signing off, sweet dreams baby, wherever you are

Live from high atop the hood of my car.
I'm signing off, sweet dreams baby, wherever you are.



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