The cornwallis river is drifting by
the eagles are crying in the autumn sky,
and I'm coming home
and I'm feeling old

Here is the house where I lived till I was nine
There is the overpass, we drank there all the time
Kentville's ahead of us and Wolfville's behind
My hometown is love in a straight line
And here my heart lays still, and settles my restless will
Sometimes I think I'd rather be back in the valley

Here is the street of my highschool sweetheart,
And here's Ridge Road where I crashed my dads car
No matter where i go I know I'll never be far from
This place that holds me close when I am falling apart
and I'm coming home
and I'm feeling old

Here is the school where I used to stray
And there lived a girl who passed away
Here's the bus station on a sunny day,
Where mom and I wept when I moved away


Lyrics submitted by lmacneil

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