Everywhere

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  • We were born in this little town
    Growin' up I was countin' down
    Every single day
    'Til we made our get away
    But you said you could never see yourself
    Tryin' to make a life anywhere else
    This would be your home
    And I was on my own

    But ever since you said good bye
    I've been out here on the wind
    And baby you would be surprised
    All the places you have been
    I've seen you in

    Albuquerque
    Waitin' out a blizzard
    Arizona
    Dancin' 'cross the desert
    Watchin' the sun set in Monterey
    Girl I swear just the other day you were
    Down in Georgia
    Pickin' them peaches
    In Carolina
    Barefoot on the beaches
    No matter where you choose to be
    In my heart I'll always see you

    Everywhere

    Now days
    When I'm passin' through
    The conversation always turns to you
    And I hear you're doin' fine
    Livin' out by the county line
    Got a man that's home every night
    A couple of kids and the kind of life
    That you want to lead
    Guess you could say the same for me
    But you and I
    Made our choices
    All those years ago
    Still I know
    I'll hear your voice
    And see you down the road

    Maybe in
    Oklahoma
    Drivin' 'cross the prairie
    In Dallas, Texas
    Isn't that where we
    Always said we would
    Like to try
    Never did
    So maybe that's why you're on
    Every highway
    Just beyond the high-beams
    Right beside me
    In all of my sweet dreams
    No matter where you choose to be
    In my heart I'll always see you
    In

    Albuquerque
    Waitin' out a blizzard
    Arizona
    Dancin' 'cross the desert
    Watchin' the sun set in Monterey
    Girl I swear just the other day you were
    Down in Georgia
    Pickin' them peaches
    In Carolina
    Barefoot on the beaches
    No matter where you choose to be
    In my heart I'll always see youWriter/s: Mike Reid, Craig Wiseman
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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