I've been working
I've been out working in the sunshine all day
in the sunshine all day
it makes me feel better
and I don't want to leave, no
I can't stand the darkness
I can't stand the darkness
I can't stand the darkness
It's too much like me



Lead Me Back to Home

I been standing by railroad ties
I been walkin on my own
I've been thinking bout
the highway lines
and how they never lead me back to home

well my mama told me to stay in touch
my papa told me beware
for those storms will come without warning son
and that wind could blow you anywhere

well I been standing by railroad ties
I been walkin on my own
I've been thinking bout
the highway lines
and how they never lead me back to home

My baby she knows how to treat me right
she knows how to lay me down nice and slow
and she whispers sweet to me late at night
won't you take me with you when you go

I been standing by railroad ties
I been walkin on my own
I've been thinking bout
the highway lines
and how they never lead me back to home

Well the Rio Grande
this time of year
under cottonwoods
yellow glow
on the edge I'll stand
not far from here
wondering where I've been and where to go

Well I been standing by railroad ties
I been walkin on my own
I've been thinking bout
the highway lines
and if they'll never lead me back to home


Lyrics submitted by bchelz

Sunshine song meanings
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