Alabama Road

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But you’re driving down some Alabama road

I wish you were back here at home

 

Peaceful dreams I dream at night

Asleep in my baby’s arms

Soft and warm and safe from the storm

‘Til the morning when I wake up

But it’s raining outside and it’s the middle of the night

You’re nowhere in sight

But you’re driving down some Alabama road

I wish you were back here at home

 

In the morning time you know I wake up

Make coffee for myself

Life used to feel just like heaven

But now it don’t go so well

If I ain’t drunk, then I must be stoned

For calling you up on the phone

But you’re driving down some Alabama road

I wish you were back here at home

 

It’s a good thing I keep myself busy

Or I’d probably go out of my mind

Honey bee if you come back to me

I’ll only treat you kind

Well I’ll bring you beer and I’ll bring you wine

You’ll bring me peace of mind

But you’re driving down some Alabama road

I wish you were back here at home

 

Written by Robert Salihar

© 2007 - Crooked Creek Records

 

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