"Greyhound Bus" as written by and David Allen/warren Berg....
The rumble of the engines in the station almost put me to sleep
And the wino covered up with yesterday's news is lying next to me
I see a red-haired girl with ponytails reminding me of you
I don't know why I left it was somethin' I had to do

Looking out the window the skyline fades away
When I see your face I have no idea what I'm gonna say
I've got a picture of me holding you right here in my hands
I recognize my face but I don't know who I am

Now I'm gonna catch a Greyhound
Getting out of this town
I'm gonna catch a Greyhound back to you
I close my eyes, but I can't seem to sleep

And the past rolls through my mind like a river cold and deep
Morning comes and the sky begins to rain
It feels good to feel something even if it's pain
Now I'm gonna catch a Greyhound

Getting out of this town
I'm gonna catch a Greyhound back to you
It's amazing how a tender voice on the other end of the phone
can change your mind, your life, your plans just by saying

"Daddy, please come home"
Gonna catch a Greyhound
Getting out of this town
I'm gonna catch a Greyhound back to you

Yes, I'm gonna catch a Greyhound
Getting out of this town
I'm gonna catch a Greyhound back to us
I'm starting my life over on a Greyhound bus


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"Greyhound Bus" as written by Brad Warren David Allen Berg

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