Now that I'm wandering out and on my own
Take more than a family for me to call this place my home
Oh, a mother's ears hear a thousand miles so I do not make a sound
Walk inside my own shadow with my hands over my mouth
And be quiet

Now that the day is done and the sun is on its fall
Wonder as I wander, how am I alive at all
What did it take to get me here, what will it take to leave
Fall in love and then I hate everything I see

When I'm tired I hit the floor
When I'm upset I go to the bar
And there's nowhere, nothing, and no one more
As warm as the strength of your arms

Become what? Become what?
Become who you are
I remember you well beneath that silver bell
The one that you wore around your heart

Let us meet one day beneath that silver shade
The one that was there at the start
At the start

Now that I'm wandering out and on my own
Take more than a family for me to call this place my home


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Wandering song meanings
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