Girlyman — I Know Where You Are lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "I Know Where You Are" by Girlyman.

Lyrics

We always passed the Cogen plant at night
The towers and tanks all lit up like Christmas
As we crossed the still black water into Delaware
The blinking red sign said welcome, three dollars, pass with care
You were always asleep
Even when the car ground into second
And flooded with the smell of foggy river air
I know where you are
I know where you are
And I wish that I could
Wish for you to
Come back home again
We hit the stretch south of Rehoboth
The Atlantic Ocean came into sight
There was nothing on the radio but old Joni Mitchell
And I said, 'lean your seat back, just close your eyes, and I’ll drive'
I’ll bring you home and carry your shit to the house
How else can I say this?
I never really tried
I was always afraid that the world would end in ice
I know where you are
I know where you are
And I wish that I could
Wish for you to
Come back home again
We were careless and mistaken
To drive so far at night
There’s so much we never could see past the headlights
We could have passed through the beautiful country and never even known it
We could have passed through the beautiful country and never even known it
I know where you are
I know where you are
And I wish that I could
Wish for you to
Come back home again