On this one winter day
Let's circle 'round your home town
Work's got you hanging low
You need a break

Oh, how I wish you would
Show me your childhood
The malls where you pose
Still lawns that you claimed

And this home must be worth its weight in gold
We'll never know, we'll never know
Well, not till it's gone

And still, I'd rather have your hand to hold
Oh this I know, yes, this I know
I'm going to hold on

The roses blowed right off their hills
We'll hang our heads
Like daffodils
Teapot cruise
Oh, even two
Oh, we have to leave so soon
Now we're gone

Show me the valley when
Your sister says you stole oranges
Long leafy branches bend
Let's leave them there

Takin' the highway home
Smilin' on the mobile phone
Tail-lights burn lattices into the night

And this road might be worth its weight in gold
We'll never know, we'll never know
Well, not till it's gone

And still, I'd rather have your hand to hold
All of the gold I'd care to own
Shines here in your palm


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