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  1. Can't Go Home Again
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Lyrics

Can't Go Home Again by Anya Hinkle

Boys there’s nothing as exciting as the whistle of a train
Tellin of all the places it knows but you’ve never seen
But back then all you needed was a tank of gasoline
Your dreams were as wide as a Ford and as fine as a Fairlane

But you can’t go home again
I don’t want to believe but I believe I’ll know it
It’s dark ‘cept the streetlights shining ‘fore the roosters crowin’
No you can’t go home again
You’re better off thinkin’ of home when you’re goin’
‘Cause when you get there, that old lonesome wind starts blowin’

Well just like my momma I just wanted to dream
But now its just like daddy always said it would be
That it’s too late to put the bees back in the hive and the baby back to sleep
You’ve come and gone again, you’ve come too far to go back now you see

No you can’t go home again
I don't want to believe but I believe i’m learnin’
It’s cold outside think I’ll just lay here and keep dreamin’
No you can’t go home again
You’re better off thinkin’ of home when you’re goin’
‘Cause when you get there, that old lonesome wind starts blowin’

All them places you seen are now just pictures in the stair
Their colors fading like a flame running out of air

But you can’t go home again
I don't want to believe but I believe I know it
I’m movin’ on but it’s on ahead I’m goin’
No you can’t go home again
You’re better off thinkin’ of home when you’re goin’
‘Cause when you get there, that old lonesome wind starts blowin’