From the album Florizona

Lyrics

ON YOUR WAY HOME
Copyright 2011 Walter Salas-Humara and Ignacio Salas-Humara
Published 2011 Lagartija Music (BMI)

Walter Salas-Humara - voice and guitar
Konrad Meissner - drums
Rod Hohl - bass and guitar
Jason Victor - guitar
Bruce Martin - electric piano and organ

Driving in the rain at night
Crying and singing at the top of my lungs
It's been dark for so long
When is daylight? When will it come?

Where did our innocence go?
It's out there somewhere

The wipers creak, the heater’s broken
The gauge’s been reading empty since 1962
You're freezing cold with the window's open
You're out there somewhere
You're out there somewhere
On your way home

Saint Peter checked out
And Saint Luke is long gone
Saint Paul is waiting for his ride,
Watching for the dawn

Where did our innocence go?
It's out there somewhere

The wipers creak, the heater’s broken
The gauge’s been reading empty since 1962
You're freezing cold with the window's open
You're out there somewhere
You're out there somewhere
On your way home

Saint Joe nurses a double whisky
While Saint John shoots a game of pool
You're chain smoking by the jukebox,
and playing the fool

Seems so long ago the sun set in the west
My eyes keep searching for you, over every crest
Driving all night and the rain never ends
But the dawn is coming
The dawn is coming

The wipers creak, the heater’s broken
The gauge’s been reading empty since 1962
You're freezing cold with the window's open
You're out there somewhere
You're out there somewhere
On your way home