Twelve hours north on ninety-five is where I find sobriety
I'm catching up two years worth of sleep
I'm looking down the tunnel and I don't see any light
Just a bunch of birds flying around my head
I'm sore and I'm tired
I feel I've lost my way

Virginia is calling my name
It's pulling me away from who I think I am
And where I want to be
Gainesville, I'm leaving today
And I hope you stay the same
When I get back home, will you please remember me?

Twelve hours north on ninety-five is where I find my family
I'm about to take a right onto Great Neck
And I don't know if I can go through with it
Cause I'm thinking about how much I miss my friends
I'm sore and I'm tired
I feel I've lost my way

Virginia is calling my name
It's pulling me away from who I think I am
And where I want to be
Gainesville, I'm leaving today
And I hope you stay the same
When I get back home, will you please remember me?
Virginia is calling my name
And pulling me away from who I think I am
And where I want to be
Gainesville, I'm leaving today
I hope you stay the same
And when I get back home, will you please remember me?
Gainesville, I'm leaving today
I hope you stay the same
And when I get back home, will you please remember me?


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

Virginia song meanings
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