Driving at night, the Trans-Canada Highway was lit up for miles in the snow
I lit a smoke and you rolled down the window
You said it gave you a headache
Well, that was a line that you often used
It always worked on me
I pulled to the side of the winding road
So we could get some sleep

And I watched you snore as the snow started falling
Your phone started ringing; your husband was calling
But I let you sleep 'cause you looked like you were dreaming
And that suited me, man, fine
And then we got on the road back to Medicine Hat
To the town where you grew up
I pulled in the driveway, cranked the heater, and you turned the radio up

You said "I think I'm getting old"
I said "I think you look better than ever
"So let's keep driving, any direction
"And I won't spare you no affection in our beautiful new life
"It won't be easy, leaving everything behind, but let's leave everything behind"
And I said
"It won't be easy, leaving everything behind, but let's leave everything behind
"It won't be easy, leaving everything behind, but let's leave everything behind
"It won't be easy, leaving everything behind, but let's leave everything behind"


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Medicine Hat song meanings
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