When you had to go back home to New York
and I had to stay right there in Chicago,
you woke me up in the middle of the night
and I hugged you in my sleeping bag and cried and cried
cuz I didn't know where I'd be without you
there next to me.
And I tried to feel fine without someone
there by my side
but I just can't hide it sometimes.
I just can't hide it sometimes.
So I ride to Kentucky, take a bus to New York
and I feel a little better,
I feel more sure that I can feel at home
wherever I go,
at least some of the time.
I saw a show in my city,
some out of town friends were there.
Instead of feeling better,
I just got scared
that maybe I should do
what they all do too:
always moving,
always something new.

And all of my friends say "pack up and come on tour with me" or
"just move to my new house" or
"drop out and live in my small college town,
cuz we all know that'd be better
than wherever you are now".
And I stay where I am,
restless and lacking plans.
Cuz I don't know who I'd be
without some sort of insecurity
and I try to feel fine
but deep inside I know I'm probably lying
cuz I just can't hide it sometimes.
I just can't hide it sometimes
I just can't hide it sometimes.
I just can't hide it sometimes.


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