I Woke Up In A Car

I woke up in New York City
From the steep behind the wheel
Caught a train to Poughkeepsie
And time stood still
She wrote me a letter from San Diego
To qualify her luck
These flights connect through Arizona
But I think I’ll stay stuck
Here I am

I woke up in a car
I traced away the fog
So I could see the Mississippi on her knees
I’ve never been so lost
I’ve never felt so much at home
Please write my folks and throw away my keys
I woke up in a car

I met a girl who kept tattoos
For homes that she had loved
If I were her I’d paint my body
‘Til all my skin was gone
She wrote me a letter
As we passed through Rockford
She said she won’t forget
Maybe I do maybe I don’t
But I know I haven’t yet
But here I am

I woke up in a car
I traced away the fog
So I could see the Mississippi on her knees
I’ve never been so lost
I’ve never felt so much at home
Please write my folks and throw away my keys
I woke up in a car

Maybe I could live forever
If not ever I had known
That you’d be waiting there whenever
I am all alone
But here I am

I woke up in a car
I traced away the fog
So I could see the Mississippi on her knees
I’ve never been so lost
I’ve never felt so much at home
Please write my folks and throw away my keys
I woke up in a car

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