Tonight I’ll drive 400 miles alone.
And in this pain I’m reacquainted with the records on my radio.
I know you’re tired of all these weeks that I’ve left you alone.
But before the dawn I’m across the Susquehanna coming home.

You say this separation brings you down.
As you drive by city skyline and all the new construction in this town.
Well it might burn a little; we used to be so simple.
I know it’s hard but I’m coming home to you.

Pedal down and I’m out here on my own.
400 miles and singing to these roads.
Tonight I’m feeling so defeated, it’s breaking up my bones.
But I’ll be back before the dawn, across the Susquehanna coming home.

In case my good intentions bring you down…
And you’re feeling so mistreated; lost and all alone, I’m not around.
Well it won’t last forever, this mid-Atlantic weather.
Before the dawn…you know I’m coming home.

Before the sun begins to break across our lawn I will be home.
I will be home.

With the pedal down, I’m out here on my own.
400 miles and singing to these roads.
Tonight I’m feeling so defeated, it’s breaking up my bones.
But I’ll be back before the dawn, across the Susquehanna coming home.

Tonight I’ll drive 400 miles alone.
But before the dawn I’m across the Susquehanna coming home.


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