Baby, believe me, I knew my way there all along
Searching for something familiar before I go on
Through busstops and hideaways, knocking on padlocked doors
Believed for no reason that one of them would lead to yours

Your heart won't survive the season
You don't always need a reason
To believe that the path we chose
Will lead us down the winding road
To love
And that the bread crumbs we trail
Get lost along the way

Baby, believe me, I meant to go searching for you
No, don't try if you don't feel you've got something to prove
Decisions are foolish things, you can't trust how you feel
And if you're with him now, you can't know that feeling is real

Your heart won't survive the season
You don't always need a reason
To believe that the path we chose
Will lead us down the winding road
To love
And that the bread crumbs we trail
Get lost along the way

As we drift through the suburbs, the alleyways, and into the streets
We ring like a telephone, still numb in the places we meet
I'm falling into your arms, I can't comprehend
How close we came, darling, how close to the end

Your heart won't survive the season
You don't always need a reason
To believe that the path we chose
Will lead us down the winding road
To love
And that the bread crumbs we trail
Get lost along the way
Get lost along the way


Lyrics submitted by polkablues

Northwest Passage song meanings
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