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Tami Neilson – Manitoba Sunrise At Motel 6 lyrics
[Verse 1]
Eight thousand miles from home, I just looked it up
This ain't my bed, my TV, or my coffee cup
Silence fills my head like the snow hits the ground
A line of pillows next to me that never make a sound

[Chorus]
O lonesome prairie wind
Won't you blow me home again
To the love I left behind
That never leaves my mind
My head is dark and my heart feels sick
A Manitoba sunrise at another Motel 6

[Verse 2]
A Western Star rolls by, someplace it needs to be
Watch the taillights leave for miles; Is that how you watch me?
I'm asleep, you're awake; I'm awake, you're asleep
Don't matter night or day: In my broken heart you beat

[Chorus]
O lonesome prairie wind
Won't you blow me home again
To the love I left behind
That never leaves my mind
My head is dark and my heart feels sick
A Manitoba sunrise at another Motel 6

[Chorus]
O lonesome prairie wind
Won't you blow me home again
To the love I left behind
That never leaves my mind
My head is dark and my heart feels sick
A Manitoba sunrise at another Motel 6
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