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Nowhere To Go
I’m leaving on a jet plane,
Because this life of mine drives me insane.
But where am I going?
I shouldn’t leave without knowing.
Maybe I’ll go out to the western sea line,
Oh I bet a life out there would be so divine.
Anywhere from Seattle down to the border,
I don’t care as long as I can get this life in order.
But I won’t like the earthquakes.
And then there’s the northern east side,
I would love to finally get to see that ocean tide.
I’d roam from the Carolina’s all the way up to Maine,
I could even go see the Appalachian mountain chain.
But I wouldn’t like all the seafood.
I’d really like to go to Florida and see the palm trees,
There I could get lost in that warm ocean breeze.
Start at Miami and work my way up into Jacksonville,
That is the best so far, at least until,
A hurricane hits it.
But yet, still I’m stuck in this place,
Because there’s a feeling here I can never replace.
This is where my one true love resides.
And I wouldn’t give you up for anything, and besides,
I hate to fly.