"Tennessee Song" as written by Caleb D Pepp, Allan Scott Goffinski, Kevin Thomas Snider, Nicholas Dustin Coleman and Kerri Pepp....
There's a sadness in the air
On the train to Tennessee
And I know there's no angel
Watching over me

All I have to hold is this atlas and a note that reads
"If ever you are ready to come home again
I'll be waiting up but please don't be too long"

You know I never meant to make you lonesome
But I got my own plans and if you love me, understand
I've got to take this road to find out who I really am

So tonight, I'll take the long way home
And drink until I can't remember you
Or why I ever started

If I can't hold you, gonna fold you like a note
And keep you here with me

Thought about your smile
On the car ride up to Madison
Are you still letting go?
Are you still letting go?

'Cause I've been trying to move on
But I'm feeling so damn lost
Without your love, without your love

Tonight, I'll take the long way home
And drink until I can't remember you
Or why I ever started

If I can't hold you, gonna fold you like a note
And keep you here with me
I want you here with me

Tonight I'll take the long way home
Won't you drink with me until the sun comes up?
Look at what we started

If I can't hold you, I'm gonna fold you like a note
And keep you here with me



Lyrics submitted by smileforthecamera

"Tennessee Song" as written by Caleb D Pepp Allan Scott Goffinski

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    General CommentThis lyrics give it all away.
    It's obviously is about a guy who didn't know who he was anymore when he was with this girl, so he decides to go away for a while to find himself.
    xhandpaintedxon June 20, 2008   Link

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