I wish things were better here right now
It's snowing in April, and you're on the east coast
And I'm still alone
And forgetting the sounds of your voices
And the way things used to be

We're separated by terminals and eight hundred mile long phone calls
Do you even care?

Just give me your excuses
Are you visiting soon?
I've got so much to tell you about the people you'll never meet
And how much they mean to me
And the impact that they've had
And when you see me, you'll think I've changed

That's right, I am no longer afraid to live my life
That's right, I am no longer afraid to live my life
From Rockford to Ann Arbor, I am connecting
(That's right, I am no longer afraid to live my life)
From Rockford to Ann Arbor, I am connecting
(That's right, I am no longer afraid to live my life)
From Rockford to Ann Arbor, I am connecting
(That's right, I am no longer afraid to live my life)
From Rockford to Ann Arbor, I am connecting
(That's right, I am no longer afraid to live my life)


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11, edited by DutchBouy

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