Everywhere But On

Album: Everywhere But On (2019)
Charted: 48
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  • It's a big ol' world outside this little town
    Thought that's all I needed to drown you out
    It was gonna be easy
    It was supposed to be easy
    Put some days, put some miles in the rearview
    A few state lines 'tween me and you
    Just a little space and time and I'd be fine

    But I've been from Savannah to Long Beach
    Tryna keep your memory out of reach
    But there you were in the Delta nights
    The Santa Fe sun, the Colorado sky
    I could add another push pin to the map
    But that don't stop me from missin' you or lookin' back
    Guess there's just one place I haven't gone
    I've moved everywhere but on

    My mail's still goin' to mama's house
    'Cause I'm still long gone tryin' to figure out
    Who I am without you
    And why I still think about you
    Just bidin' my time makin' ends meet
    Loadin' trucks, pourin' coffee, pourin' concrete
    Plannin' my next move for gettin' over you, yeah

    But I've been from Savannah to Long Beach
    Tryna keep your memory out of reach
    But there you were in the Delta nights
    The Santa Fe sun, the Colorado sky
    I could add another push pin to the map
    But that don't stop me from missin' you or lookin' back
    Guess there's just one place I haven't gone
    I've moved everywhere but on

    If I had it my way, this ol' highway
    Would've fixed me up somehow
    Would've led me home by now

    I've been from Savannah to Long Beach
    Tryna keep your memory out of reach
    But there you were in the Delta nights
    The Santa Fe sun, the Colorado sky
    I could add another push pin to the map
    But that don't stop me from missin' you or lookin' back
    Guess there's just one place I haven't gone
    I've moved everywhere but on
    I've moved everywhere but on Writer/s: Lance Alan Miller, Matt Stell, Paul Sikes
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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