Away

Album: Rubberneck (1994)
  • You say forever
    And I confess I shiver
    You say hope
    I say that's where I'm goin'

    To be in the shade
    The oldest trees above my head
    When I'm away, I know in my heart
    There is a heaven

    If I'm out hunting
    Come right on in, yeah
    And even when I'm gone
    My doors are always open

    And if I'm asleep
    Make sure my blanket covers me, yeah

    When I'm away, I know in my heart
    There is a heaven

    When I'm away
    To be in the shade
    The oldest trees above my head
    When I'm away, I know in my heart
    There is a heaven

    Come right on in, yeah Writer/s: TODD LEWIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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