I used to be a baker at the Cross Town Café
...Man, what a long day
...Man, what a long day
They let me go because I forgot the coconut flakes
...How much can you take
...How much can you take, I say

But I found my way home
Yes I did
I found my way home
Yes I did

Then they send you off to college where they teach you how to think
...Counting the drinks
...Counting the drinks
Grafhitti on the wall, something's growing in the sink
...Over the brink
...Over the brink, I say

But I found my way home
Yes I did
I found my way home
Yes I did

I know you
You know me
You've worn my shoes
I've kissed your feet

And of course I met a girl and I knew she'd break my heart
...Knew it from the start
...Knew it from the start
They can steal your fire but they'd never find the spark
...Show it in the dark
...Show it in the dark sometimes

To find my way home
Yes I did
I found my way home
Yes I did

Yes I did
Yes I did

Yes I did
Yes I did


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Cross Town Café song meanings
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