"Leaving Minnesota" as written by and Adam Gontier....
I wanted to try so hard
But she had no interest
In seeing me or my face again
Feels like a bullet in my chest

Now I'm leaving Minnesota
Would have been nice to see ya
In the middle of self-realization you lost me along the way
Now I'm leaving Minnesota
But I've got nowhere to go
In the middle of self-realization you lost me along the way
Me along the way

I heard you cried when you spoke of me
I can't help but think it's all a lie
Like they say, if you love something
Let it free
And let it fly

Now I'm leaving Minnesota
Would have been nice to see ya
In the middle of self-realization you lost me along the way
Now I'm leaving Minnesota
But I've got nowhere to go yea,
In the middle of self-realization you lost me along the way
Me along the way

Lost me along the way
Lost me along the way

Now I'm leaving Minnesota
Would have been nice to have seen ya
In the middle of self-realization you lost me along the way
Now I'm leaving Minnesota
But I've got nowhere to go
In the middle of self-realization you've lost me along the way
You've lost me along the way


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"Leaving Minnesota" as written by Adam Gontier

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    General Commentsince nobody wants to weigh in, Adam himself said he wrote this song in the tour bus, while literally "Leaving Minnesota" where he wanted to see somebody he was romantically interested in one can only assume. probably somebody who was a burden to him, or he didn't trust, considering "I heard you cried when you spoke of me, I can't help but this its all a lie." maybe Adam "Leaving Minnesota" was him leaving the memory of a bad relationship he had there. all I know is he is indeed, or at least he was, leaving Minnesota.
    JoshGomez17on August 03, 2016   Link

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