Only two months have passed
And it just struck me now
That we’ve gone so far away
Sixty miles from here shouldn’t seem this far
I’ve been hearing requiems
Blasting through my head
But you’re not really gone
But as for now, I still need you

I won’t let this memory fade away
Your love still lingers in my head
Country Highway 29 shouldn’t be this far
Shouldn't be this far

With my insides falling out and lack of sleep
I regret times we did not keep
A piece of my life has been swept from me
You’ve been there through and through
I always had you
A shoulder to cry on, everyday
Now highways and valleys divide us
And all I can do is dream of more of you

I won’t let this memory fade away
Your love still lingers in my head
Country Highway 29 shouldn’t be this far
Shouldn't be this far

Adapting without you has been so hard to do
I feel like I’m losing myself too
Now that you’re gone I realize that for so long, so long
I could have done more with you
Time has flown by and the pigs even fly
And I have been dying on the inside
If loneliness is really bliss than I’m happy for you

I won’t let this memory fade away
Your love still lingers in my head
Country Highway 29 shouldn’t be this far
Shouldn't be this far

I won’t let this memory fade away
Your love still lingers in my heart
Country Highway 29 shouldn’t be this far
Shouldn't be this far

It shouldn't be this far


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    General CommentIt's an amazing song. I think it's about a girl that broke a boys heart...leaving him with the feeling of so much melancholy, it's as though he's died on the inside.
    Dino-sauron July 01, 2006   Link

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