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(Tom Shapiro/Tony Martin/Mark Nesler)

Here's the thing about your memory
It could be a thousand miles
It could be as many days
But when it's sweeping over me
I'm so powerless
It just caries me away
And where it's taking me I never know
The only thing that I can do is hope
It's somewhere I wanna go

Not that January night under that street light
With the snow falling all around
And I'm telling you things that I don't really mean
But they just keep coming out
And I see your unbelieving tears
Your speechless breath hanging in the air
And I watch you throw your ring out in the snow
And there I wait until your memory goes
Somewhere I wanna go

Like that weekend when we just took off
Driving in that April sun
Anywhere the feeling went
We ended up in Montreal
Couldn't understand a word
But we learned to laugh in French
Where you memory wants to take me I don't know
The only thing that I can do is hope
It's somewhere I wanna go

Somewhere I wanna go
Make it somewhere I wanna go
Dancing down at Mardi Gras
That little motel room in Arkansas
The nights we just sat up and talked
Somewhere I wanna go



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