Year Two, Week Twenty-Six: “I’m Lost”

Lyrics:

This used to be my hometown
But everything has changed
the buildings are all shuffled round
and the streets are rearranged
And I’m lost, and I’m lost
without you

My phone can’t tell me where to go
I’m starving for a meal
I’m too proud to tell you when I’m low
Too proud to tell you how I feel
And I’m lost, and I’m lost
without you

How I would beg, how I would steal
to conquer the west with my love at the wheel
And laugh at her hair when the wind is blowing
I won’t give a damn about where we are going

I run away from all my wrongs
I can’t look you in the eye
Instead I go sing country songs
that make a grown man cry
And I’m lost, and I’m lost
without you

How I would beg, how I would steal
to conquer the west with my love at the wheel
And laugh at her hair when the wind is blowing
I won’t give a damn about where we are going

The sky is dark, the night is cold
the hour’s late, my dear
I wish I had you here to hold
so you could dry my tears
But I’m lost, but I’m lost
without you

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