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Amy MacDonald – The Road To Home lyrics
Oh the leaves are falling from the trees
And the snow is coming, don't you know?
But I'll still remember which way to go
I'm on the road, the road to home

Oh the sound is fading in my ears
And I can't believe I've lasted all these years
But I'll still remember which way to go
I'm on the road, the road to home

Oh the light is fading all the time
And this life I'm in it seems to pass me by
But I'll still remember which way to go
I'm on the road, the road to home

Now I must say good bye
Keep telling myself "now don't you cry"
But I'm here where I belong
I'll see you soon, it won't be long
I'll see you soon, it won't be long
I'll see you soon, it won't be long

I don't know if you can see the changes
That have come over me in these last few days
I've been afraid that I might drift away
So I've been telling old stories and singing songs
That made me think about where I came from
And that's a reason why I feel so far away today
And let me tell you that I love you that I think about you all the time
Caledonia's been calling me now I'm going home
And if I should become a stranger you know that it would make me more than sad
Caledonia has been everything I've ever had
Caledonia has been everything I've ever had
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    Spent 30 years in glasgow after college. Back in roth yorks. Not quite glasgow
    memories. Even barrowlands. A similarity is the collapse of the steel industry. Wonder if ever tempted to write a song about old glasgow east end metal, on then ravenscraig. And the seed of post industrial hope there, off to a sapling start. Rotherham/sheffield of course was steel. The place I found most alike the fall of such was the area between port glasgow, where I stayed for a while, and greenock. The ship yards and all et al! Keep up the brill work. Were you ever into kate bush? A story on stage; and the homage to nature and eastern classic culture in her last album?
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