Find the station
in the early morning rain
Find a place between the impatiens
Push apart the morning dew
Swollen from the rain
Try to find a place among your pain

Found a little faith
but the audience lied
Just another face on location
Found a little piece of you
in someone elses eyes
I take what I find
I don't ask for reasons

And we go back to a place where I've been
Back to Baltimore
To the places I remember
And the people I have seen
And a boy who smiles and
bears a slight resemblance to me

Well, now who's going to take the
time to make sure everything's alright?
Who's going to bring the curtains
down on you?
Who's going to burn the mirror,
baby, down the other side?
Who's going to notice everything I do?

Close your eyes and the
train runs by again
Whistle shivers out into the distance
I keep missing precious
seconds moments pass me by
I wish I could offer some resistance

And we go back to a place where I've been
Back to Baltimore
To the places I remember
And the people I have seen
And a boy who smiles and
bears a slight resemblance to me

Well, now who's going to take the
time to make sure everything's alright
Who's going to bring the curtains
down on you
Who's going to burn the mirror,
baby, down the other side
Who's going to notice everything I do

And we go back to a place where I've been
Back to Baltimore
To the places I remember
And the people I have seen
And a boy who smiles and
bears a slight resemblance to me


Lyrics submitted by countrymusicfan

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