Where That I Should Be

from OCEAN WAVES by Stephen Bard

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I hopped a train not particularly anywhere
I thought I’d see myself the coast
I ended up here on the beach tonight in Portland
Chasing down some kind of ghost
Now I don’t usually hop a train that takes me nowhere
And ride the rails to see the sea
Just something in my mind inspired me to go there
I don’t know where that I should be
All I know is it’d be a lot more meaningful
If you were walking here with me

I’m on a boat and I am sailing now to Mexico
Although I hear the water ain’t too good
All by myself and I admit I don’t know where to go
I’d beat a path back to you if I only could
But I still have my shoes firmly placed inside my mouth
I can’t believe I don’t believe
And now I’m on this boat and everything is facing south
I don’t know where that I should be
All I know is I’d feel a lot less miserable
If you were standing next to me

Take a look in the vault now baby
Oh I need some help
It’s not the family’s fault now baby
There ain’t nobody else
And I’m finding out all for myself
You are where that I should be

I hopped a train not particularly anywhere
I guess I tried to run away
I am young but I am older than I really care to say
All I know is I’d be a lot more beautiful
If you were with me here today

Take a look in the vault now baby
Oh I need some help
It’s not the family’s fault now baby
There ain’t nobody else
All the wounds full of salt now baby
All the books on the shelf
Are not the family’s fault now baby
There ain’t nobody else
And I’m finding out all by myself
You are where that I should be

I hopped a train not particularly anywhere
I guess I tried to run away
I am young but I am older than I really care to say

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from OCEAN WAVES, released October 20, 2005

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