The sign said "40 miles to Canada"
My truck tore across Montana
Ian Tyson singing "Lonesome Lullaby"
And so I cranked up the radio
Cause there's just a little more to go
Before I cross the border at that Sweet Grass sign

I'm Alberta bound
This piece of heaven that I've found
Rocky mountains and black furtile ground
Everything I need beneath that big blue sky
it doesn't matter where I go
This place will always be my home
Yeah I've been Alberta bound for all my life
And I'll be Alberta bound until I die

It's a pride that's been passed down to me
deep as coal mines
Wide as farmers fields
Yeah I've got independance in my veins
Maybe it's my down home redneck roots
Or these dusty old Alberta boots
But like the Chinook wind keeps coming back again

Ooh I'm Alberta bound
This piece of heaven that I've found
Rocky mountains and black furtile ground
Everything I need beneath that big blue sky
it doesn't matter where I go
This place will always be my home
Yeah I've been Alberta bound for all my life
And I'll be Alberta bound until I die

Oh, it doesn't matter where I go
This place will always be my home
I have been Alberta bound for all my life
And I'll be Alberta bound until I die


Lyrics submitted by Manderzterz

Alberta Bound song meanings
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