"Home This Year" as written by Marshall N Altman and Virginia Coalition....
Another sunset somewhere
I cannot remember is it monday or monday or
What was I just saying?
The hours of driving with nothing on the radio to sing to except you
So I'm writing you a song I'll call it

Gotta get home this year
Gotta get home this year

My signal is fading, it burns me up that I can't hear you
A bad mood from some bad food, no California salad
Forget these disasters maybe this new town will save us
A suitcase and a new face
A room of people that still love me

Gotta get home this year
Is that you baby?
The first words I wanna hear and
I gotta get home this year

It's something I can't live without
You're something like a perfect destination
If I get there I swear I'm never leaving
It's there I know I can believe in

Gotta get home this year
Gotta get home this year

So here's a truckstop, I'm dirty
Thirty and I miss you but it's too far to get home
A crash would raise the rates right thru the rooftop, sunrise
Man I wish that you could see this
Be this believe this, but I can see you everywhere.

Gotta get home this year
I gotta get home this year
Is that you baby?
The first words I wanna hear and
I gotta get home this year
[repeat]








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    General CommentIt's just about how he wants to get home to his love. God, what a great song. And the 'rates through the roof' part is talking about insurance, and if he crashed they'd increase drastically. :) Not much more to this.
    sharpielove xoon September 16, 2009   Link

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