Back home weather’s got you down
Looking to move on and skip town
You’re looking to get lost to be found
‘Cause back home weather’s got you down
You say you got somewhere to go
Where the palms grow tall and the air lets you know
Roll the windows down as far as they’ll go
So you say you got somewhere to go

Take your time, enjoy the view
Don’t let ‘em get to you anymore
Let everything slide, go along for the ride
Make sure that you decide where you’re going

Foreign car with northern plates
Heading down through the southern states
Find a decent motel with decent rates
In a northern car with foreign plates
In a foreign car with northern plates

Take your time, enjoy the view
Don’t let ‘em get to you anymore
Let everything slide, go along for the ride
Make sure that you decide where you’re going
(repeat)
Where you’re going (repeat)



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    General CommentMatt wrote this song about driving down to visit his sister who was living in Florida.
    canada7on September 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about his sister's journey down south beacause she was tired of nova scotia.
    lindsaybeaon June 03, 2007   Link

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