"Springtime Indiana" as written by and Sandra Mccracken....
Springtime Indiana
You are sleeping by my side
Here across the miles we ramble
Past where the road divides
I wish I could tell you...but I just can't find the words

I've never been good with my thoughts
And even worse with my words
But you read like familiar poetry
That I have never heard...
I wish I could tell you...but I just can't find the words

So let's move across the ocean
And pitch the tent stakes wide
You be the one to come after me
And I will be your bride...
I wish I could tell you...but I just can't find the words

I am all at once courageous
I am all at once afraid
It came over me like nightfall
Like a freight train
I can't seem to hold it in
But I can't seem to run away

You came in without notice
And settled all around my heart
Took up residence in all the places
That were vacant and dark...
I wish I could tell you...but I just can't find the words

Springtime Indiana
You are starting to wake
And I am laden with the thoughts
Of everything I mean to say
I wish I could tell you,
But I just can't find the words.


Lyrics submitted by melancholyjen

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