Maybe There's a Road - Karine Polwart

I've kind of got used to being cold
I know I was warm one day a long, long time ago
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

I'd rather not way why I couldn't stay home
But now I get paid never to be alone
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

The trucks roll by here every night
I know how to come on in a headlight
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

The signs are in a language I don't understand
But I'm not going anywhere anyway, so I don't give a damn
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

I think I caught his eye about four a.m.
I thought he looked kinder than the other men
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

Now somewhere someone's saying I was in the wrong
And that I never should have traveled where I don't belong
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

I don't know where I am, but I know I'm gonna stay
'Cause if you just stand still you can never lose your way
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard
Maybe there's a road that's not this hard

Show me a road that's not this hard
Show me a road that's not this hard

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