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Middle of Nowhere

I walk the streets of town getting nowhere - Ďcept older.
Each winter here seems to me a little bit - colder.
Itís a fine line, walking on the edge but not - over.
With the boss man always looking over my shoulder.

This here dead end jobís like a prison wall I canít - break down.
With every sunrise, I meet another day head on - still bound.
By the hopelessness that drives my soul towards the stone - cold ground.
Canít slip the chains that bind me here in the middle of nowhere town.

Chorus:
One day Iím gonna wake up, good and fed up, and stick my thumb out in the wind.
Iíll put this world behind me, and try to find me, a descent place worth living in.
Iíll thumb it down the highway, going my way, you know Iím never looking back.
Iíll make up for the hard times, and maybe Iíll find, the peace of mind I never hadÖ
In this middle of nowhere town.

They say hindsightís 20/20 but it seems Ė Iím blind.
I donít learn, from my mistakes, Iím going out of Ė my mind.
I try to change my ways but everyday becomes the same Ė old grind.
Stuck in a rut for sure, and thatís where Iíve been for too long a time.

How I wound up here donít matter Iíve just got to get Ė away.
No holding back, Iím gonna go for broke and make a Ė clean break.
For my sanity and state of mind I now see that I Ė canít stay.
In this mixed up town in the middle of nowhere another day.

Chorus:
Today is when I wake up, good and fed up, and stick my thumb out in the wind.
And put this world behind me, and try to find me, a descent place worth living in.
Iíll thumb it down the highway, going my way, you know Iím never looking back.
Iíll make up for the hard times, and maybe Iíll find, the peace of mind I never hadÖ
In this middle of nowhere town.

© 2007 Mike Parrish -All Rights Reserved




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