Well I ran into some trouble and headed out toward Liberty Line
I heard voices going in my head, "you could be livin' more than you could be dyin'"

I remember when we fell in love; you were the one I thought I'd never meet
I taste your words on the tip of my tongue; they were soft and they were sweet

But we ran into some trouble; we knew our love was slowly dyin'
And when we said the words that ended us; I headed out toward Liberty Line

The night was some kind of quiet; I could almost here myself think
I felt my heart was like a heavy flood; I'm gonna float or I'm gonna sink
I was thinking we could settle down, start a family, and start a life
I was only two days short of asking you if you would be my wife

But we ran into some trouble, we met that enemy that we call time
Threw my guitar in the back of my car and headed out toward Liberty Line

I didn't know what would be waiting there. I didn't know what I would find
But I knew I had to make it, make it to Liberty Line

They say you can't see the forest when you're there among the trees
They say it takes a separation to find some kind of clarity
But I feel I'm gonna make it to the line where freedom waits
And then this lonely prisoner can cross the border to a better state

Now I'm on my last stretch of road, and I don't know what I'm gonna find
Maybe the sheriff will be waiting there and stop me short of Liberty Line
Off in the distance, I'm coming closer with every breath
I see a woman staring back at me
I stop the car
She comes up on my left
She said, "I didn't know if you would make it, see; I got this enemy that I call time
But I was wondering could I hitch a ride, by the way my name is Liberty Line."

I didn't know what would be waiting there. I didn't know what I would find
But I knew I had to make it, make it to Liberty Line




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Liberty Line song meanings
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