Wherever I Go

Album: Tracker (2015)
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  • Maybe I'm bound to wander
    From one place to the next
    Heaven knows why

    But in the wild blue yonder
    Your star is fixed
    In my sky

    Just another bar, at a cross roads
    So far from home
    But that's alright
    Whenever I'm going down the dark road
    I don't feel alone in the night

    There's a place in my heart
    Though we're far apart
    May you always know?
    No matter how long since I saw you
    I keep the flame there for you
    Wherever I go

    They're looking too close up in here
    Pulling down the blinds
    But they'll let you stay a while
    And I'm going, in a while

    Now I've got leave you, brother
    So this round's mine
    Just looking at you, anyhow
    You can go on and have another
    You wouldn't, call time
    I'm gonna say my goodbye's now

    There's a place in my heart
    Though we're far apart
    May you always, know?
    No matter how long since I saw you
    I keep the flame there for you
    Wherever I go Writer/s: MARK KNOPFLER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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