I’ve been known to buy an afternoon banana in a truckstop
Toss the peel in the trash as I make my way across the parking lot
You call me up sometimes
You kick in with the subtle of potassium
I want see you tonight
But I’m just too far from home

I’ve been known to buy keychains with your name in the morning in a gift shop
I buy the ones with the state’s license plates and it gives me a lift up
You cross my mind so much
I hear your voice in the pumping of gas
I want see you tonight
But I’m just too far from home
I’ve been baptized by the wind
As the sun set over Gila Bend
And I’ve stood alone in the parking lot of possibilities
I’ve been angry and sad
I spent way too much time feelin stupid and mad
Tonight I just want to come back to our apartment in the city

I’ve been known to drunk dial you from a motel bathroom with the shower on
I let the steam set the scene as my cell begins to power on
You say you miss me so much
You say my voice turns you on through the phone
You’re on my side of the bed
But you’re out there all alone.


Lyrics submitted by Spacecow

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