Rosanne Cash

Rosanne Cash - The long way home lyrics

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Dark highways and the country roads

Don’t scare you like they did

The woods and winds, they’ll welcome you

To the places you once hid

You grew up and you moved away

Across a foreign see

And what was left was what was kept

That’s what you gave to me


You thought you left it all behind

You thought you’d up and gone

When all you did was figure out

How to take the long way home

The southern rain was heavy

Almost heavy as your heart

A cavalcade of strangers came

To tear your world apart

The bells of old Saint Mary’s

And now the cling of charcoal hill

And you took the old religion folk

I won’t be home again


The long way home…

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