Old dirt road runs around the lake
Don't matter where you go 'cause this town is safe
Everybody knows everybody else
The only bar 'round
Anyone worth talkin' to is filling up on the way through town
Lived in the same house all my life
Sit on this barstool and watch the same fights
Sick of the same damn view with a broken down school
Blind man might see the beauty
Buddy, I got some news for you

I don't need to know anymore
I don't need to go anywhere
The 36's been flooded for the better half of the year

Smile at the girls if I catch their eye
Most of the time they just walk on by
The bonfire souvenirs, I lost track of the years
Barbed wire cutting teeth, the pain feels so sweet

I don't need to know anymore
I don't need to go anywhere
The 36's been flooded for the better half of the year

I hang out alone and get high
Watch that train blow by
Wonderin' where it'll be
I know it's some place that I've never seen
Most nights I press my luck
Fall asleep on the tracks
Some day my dream will come true
That train'll come running through

I don't need to know anymore
I don't need to go anywhere
The 36's been flooded for the better half of the year

I don't need to know anymore
I don't need to go anywhere
The 36's been flooded for the better half of the year


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