"Back to Stoneberry Road" as written by Lisa Maria Miskovsky and Joakim Herbert Berg....
True love was traveling on a gravel road
I followed into darkness,
Defied the bitter cold
As the light of my hometown faded into night
I lost all my hope then,
To ever make it right

And I can't tell you what I saw
No, you've got to make it on your own
And I won't tell you what I know
No, you have to make it on your own

True love still travels
Along these dusty roads
For true love and friendship,
I'll carry any load
I miss the lights of my hometown
'Cause I stayed away to long
For true love I traveled,
For love I wrote this song

And I can't tell you what I saw
No, you've got to make it on your own
And I won't tell you what I know
No, you have to make it on your own,
On your own


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"Back to Stoneberry Road" as written by Lisa Miskovsky Joakim Berg

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