"That Road Not Taken" as written by and Deborah Beasley Casey Kelly....
Yesterday I missed my exit
On my way to Sears
A song was on the radio
I hadn't heard in years

For a minute there the interstate
Was 2nd Avenue
And I was singing, "Everlasting Love"
And driving home to you

Somewhere down that road not taken
Will forever live those dreams that were forsaken
Just every now and then I think about what would have been
Somewhere down that road not taken

By now we'd have our own business
And a house just out of town
In a neighborhood that smelled like dinner
When the sun went down

Two kids playing in their rooms
With toys we never had
A little girl who looks like you
And a boy, just like his dad

Somewhere down that road not taken
Will forever live those dreams that were forsaken
Just every now and then I think about what would have been
Somewhere down that road not taken

What if I had asked you?
And what if you'd said, "Yes"?
There's no way I'll ever know
Still I can't help but guess

Somewhere down that road not taken
Will forever live those dreams that were forsaken
Just every now and then I miss a place I've never been
Somewhere down that road not taken

Yesterday I missed my exit
On my way to Sears



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"That Road Not Taken" as written by Deborah Beasley Casey Kelly

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