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Tami Neilson – Take Me Home lyrics
Six weeks straight and I’m half bent
To make a dollar that’s long since spent
Payin bills, payin’ my dues and a one-way ticket to you

This time tomorrow baby I’ll be home
Meet me at the station when the whistle blows
We’ve spent too much time alone
And too many dimes on phones

This train’s rollin’ North to the borderline
The wheels rock me gentle, keep you on my mind
I’ll love you fast then love you slow
Conducter won’t you hurry and take me home
Take me home

Live my life beneath the stars
While you’re asleep I’m play this old guitar
Singing in the cities, every backwoods town
Hoping one day to do us proud

Maybe next time I’m leaving you can come with me
Give your work notice maybe take your two weeks
We can talk it over baby, make some plans
Before they got me leavin’ again

This train’s rollin’ North to the borderline
The wheels rock me gentle, keep you on my mind
I’ll love you fast then I’ll love you slow
Conducter won’t you hurry and take me home
Take me home


900 miles and I’m all alone
800 miles til I get back home
600 miles and my coffees cold
500 miles til I get back home
400 miles and the stars they shine
300 miles until you’re all mine
200 miles til the break of day
100 miles til you call my name
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