"Suitcase" as written by and Joe Purdy....
No don't worry with your suitcase, dear
And don't worry with your suitcase, dear
Cause the people out to get you
They don't know that you're here
So don't worry with your suitcase, dear

Honey, you don't have to go nowhere
Honey, you don't have to go nowhere
Cause there's people out their screaming
They linger in the air
But you don't have to go nowhere

Just forget about your troubled mind
Just forget about your troubled mind
Oh cause I can see you dreaming
Knowing that it's time
So forget about your troubled mind

So don't worry with your suitcase, dear
No, don't worry with your suitcase, dear
Cause the people out to get you
They don't know that you're here
So don't worry with your suitcase, dear
No, the people out to get you
They don't know that you're here
So don't worry with your suitcase, dear


Lyrics submitted by sethbrown

"Suitcase" as written by Joe Purdy

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    General CommentIt's a very obvious song, his lover must leave to attend to the world's troubles and he is just trying to tell her to stay!!
    conorlaffeyon January 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think its more about a woman who keeps trying to find love elsewhere, and he is saying that she can find it right where she is, with him.
    She doesn't need to pack her suitcase, because she's already where she needs to be.
    dansleauon August 20, 2009   Link
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    General CommentJesse, I can see your take on the song and perhaps it is about a person who's lost their balance of mind.

    Sad though, whichever interpretation you see.

    I love these simple melody songs.
    shockdelicaon December 19, 2009   Link

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