When the call came
From a rest stop
From somewhere in Arizona
I must admit
I was taken
Just a little, just a little
A little bit off guard

If you showed up
On the front porch
With just smile and your engine running
Could I leave her
Like you left me
Asking,
who’s at the door,
who’s at the door?

It’s [unintelligible]
And it’s freezing
And you’re shaking like my old Chevy
With your blue lips
On the pay phone
Honey, please get back in the car
Get back in the car

Arizona to Atlanta to Los Angeles, California
Another sunrise and a sunset
But I guess you’re not alone
Yeah, I got guitars
I got amplifiers
I got microphones
And I got whiskey
In my basement
I was singing
When the call came

Yeah, I was waitin’
In a cabin
Somewhere in Colorado
I spent New Years in nowhere
With bottle rockets and bitter tears

When the call came
From somewhere in Arizona
I must admit
I was taken a bit
Off guard (x4)



Lyrics submitted by outofmy0mind

Rest Stop (Cover of Pufferfish) song meanings
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