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When going home Lyrics

When going home by Bering Strait  

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When going home Sixteen hundred miles to cry it out;
Sixteen hundred miles until the airplane touches down;
To relive every moment since the day we met;
Remember how forever felt, and then forget.

Twenty-seven days of walkin' on the sun;
Twenty-seven days believin' I had found the one;
Finally learnin' what true passion's all about;
How could anything that burns that strong suddenly burn out?

I'm leavin' Austin on the twelve-oh-five;
Gonna take my newly broken heart back to my old life;
And you know that you've been gone a little bit too long
When going home feels like moving on, yeah.

My sister will be waiting at the gate;
I've got three more hours to get my story staight;
'Cause I've been tellin' her for weeks that it's true love;
There's no easy way to say how wrong I was.

I'm leavin' Austin on the twelve-oh-five;
Gonna take my newly broken heart back to my old life;
And you know that you've been gone a little bit too long
When going home feels like moving on, yeah.

In spite of all the dreams and all the best laid plans,
Sometimes we start over right where we began.

I'm leavin' Austin on the twelve-oh-five;
Gonna take my newly broken heart back to my old life;
And you know that you've been gone a little bit too long
When going home feels like moving on, yeah.

When going home feels like movin' on; movin' on; movin' on.



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