Take My Time
by Hawk

  • I hear the whistle blow
    Train comin' down the track
    I'm gettin on that train, and I ain't comin' back

    I've spent too long stickin' around-
    Way too long; I've gotta get out of this town

    I 'spose I'll miss this place; it's been my home for a long time
    But I've gotta get out, and see what I find

    Gonna take my time
    Get out on the road
    To the end of the line
    See where it goes
    Gonna take my time
    Lookin around
    See what I find
    Finally leavin' this town

    I see the sky above me
    The road risin' up to my feet
    I'm gonna have a look around
    And see what there is to see
    I spent too long stickin' around
    Gotta get out of this town

    Gonna take my time
    Get out on the road
    To the end of the line
    See where it goes
    Gonna take my time
    Lookin around
    See what I find
    Finally leavin' this town

    Gonna take my time
    Get out on the road
    To the end of the line
    See where it goes
    Gonna take my time
    Lookin around
    See what I find
    Finally leavin' this town
    (Repeat)

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