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Turner Cody - A Guy Who Isn't Home Lyrics

  • I looked at my reflection in the mirror,
  • Just to see that I was home,
  • The conclusion that I came to wasn't clear,
  • But by then I had moved on,
  • Down around the shadows by the pier,
  • Where the sailors come and go,
  • And I started down the road of stolen glances,
  • Where the late night movies show.
  • By midnight I'll wandering on the corners,
  • Of a bad neighborhood,
  • Vaguely in search of feeling nothing,
  • 'Cause nothing feels good,
  • By docks that held a thousand bales of cotton,
  • And Carribean rum,
  • Abandoned to decay now and forgotten,
  • To the tides that rise to them.
  • I must say it adds something to my travels,
  • To be traveling alone,
  • No one could prove for certain I'd a witness,
  • At the bar or hotel room,
  • And there upon the chair next to the table,
  • In the room beneath a dome,
  • In a black coat and boater,
  • Is the picture of a guy who isn't home.

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