Somewhere That Feels Like Home

(Ralph Covert -Waterdog Music / ASCAP)

Over the rooftops rain is falling in a whisper
Mist on the river like a sleeping angel
Not cold for winter, but cold enough to make me shiver
And in an unexpected leap of my heart, I think of you
May all the roads you roam lead you
Somewhere that feels like home
Somewhere that feels like home...

Lace up your black boots, count the money in your pocket
Light your first cigarette, and put your coat on
Wherever you are, if you're lonely, if you're happy
Every now and then in a corner of your mind, I'll be with you
May all the roads you roam lead you
Somewhere that feels like home

Like all the rest I wish you well--
We stand in line to say farewell
The boys you fell in love with
And the ones who'd send you straight to hell
You're ruthless like a woman, darling
Beautiful and terrible - intelligent and decadent
You'd sell your heart to save your soul,
But I think you know me well enough to understand
The tenderness I felt when we were walking hand in hand
May all the roads you roam lead you
Somewhere that feels like home...

Over the rooftops rain is falling in a whisper
Mist on the river like a sleeping angel
Someday I'll see you -- maybe Paris, maybe London
Sitting in a cafe, smoking in the sun,
You'll stand and smile

May all the roads you roam lead you
Somewhere that feels like home
Somewhere that feels like home
Somewhere that feels like home

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