Destination

Album: A Dotted Line (2014)
  • You don't owe me
    One more minute of your wasted time
    You act like it's all fine

    But all the years I gave you
    Thinking you knew that you wanted me
    I wanted to believe

    I've gotta make a destination
    Find where I'll be loved
    This time I've got no hesitation
    And I'll be movin' on
    (To where I belong)
    And I'll be movin' on

    I'm tired of trying
    To describe what you will never see
    How that we could be

    Gave up and lost her
    Now you're looking for a little grace
    Well look at my face

    I've gotta make a destination
    Find where I'll be loved
    There ain't no time for hesitation
    I'll be movin' on
    (To where I belong)
    I'll be movin' on
    (Over the line of dawn)
    I'm already gone (gone)

    Empty corner gotta keep movin'
    Taking hits while you've been missing
    Night after night after I hear you

    Say we're solid
    But I know we're looking through the cracks
    In our little patch

    It isn't hard to leave
    Knowing that I'll be getting life on track
    Never looking back

    I've gotta make a destination
    Find where I'll be loved
    This time I've got no hesitation
    I'm already gone
    (I'm movin' on)
    Find where I'll be loved
    (Over the line of dawn)
    I'm movin' on
    (Find where I belong)
    I'm already gone Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER SCOTT THILE, SARA WATKINS, SEAN WATKINS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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