The Show Ponies — Baby, I'm in Love With You lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Baby, I'm in Love With You" by The Show Ponies.

Lyrics

Some mornings when I wake up I get so depressed
Feels like a two-ton anvil sitting on my chest
I keep telling myself I’m doing my best
But most times that isn’t enough
In the past seven years I’ve lived in fifteen places
Held ten different jobs in four different states
I’ve been praying hard to keep my faith
And playing in a bluegrass band
Some mornings when I wake up I feel so clueless
I’ll be here in California; you’ll be in St. Louis
Most people ask, «Why would you do this?»
Maybe it’s because I’m in love
Yeah, I’m in love but got a case of the blues
I’ll be cursing one day, then singing hallelu
Whatever keeps me doing all the things I do
I don’t know but baby, I’m in love with you
I don’t know but baby, I’m in love with you
Wherever I may roam
It doesn’t feel too much like home
I don’t know where I will go
But I know I’m not alone
I just want to take you on a long hiatus
Watch the fireflies and hear the cicadas
Run through a field and pick tomatoes
Fall asleep with your head on my chest
Oh, that sure beats that heavy anvil
We can take a train all the way to Danville
I’ll treat you in a way that no other man will
And do all the things I say
Wherever I may roam
It doesn’t feel too much like home
I don’t know where I will go
But I know I’m not alone
All my dreams and all my hoping
All my thoughts about eloping
Keep those doors and windows open
'Til we can find a place to stay
I may go from place to place
But the best one is flat on my face
We once were lost and still need grace
And that’s good enough for me
Wherever I may roam
It doesn’t feel too much like home
I don’t know where I will go
But I know I’m not alone
Wherever I may roam
It doesn’t feel too much like home
I don’t know where I will go
But I know I’m not alone