Peter Quentin

Peter Quentin

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The Road To Idaho

Written By: Peter Quentin

THE ROAD TO IDAHO
Copyright 2002 Peter Quentin.

My eyelids fluttered openAnd I Knew you were gone
Up the coast of California
Into Oregon
Now my nights seem so long
On the road, THE ROAD TO IDAHO

Passing Medford
Ridin’ on the train
Babies sleeping
Mothers feeling no pain
I’m thinkin’ to myself I’d like to see you again
On the road, THE ROAD TO IDAHO

I never thought for a minute
That your love was true
It was easier that way for me
To get close to you
I’ll remember to look you up the next time I’m passing thru’
On the road, THE ROAD TO IDAHO

BREAK

The church bells rang
Against the old concrete
I stepped off the train
Out into the street
All the celebrations made me feel incomplete
On the road, THE ROAD TO IDAHO

It’ll take me time to realize
What I’ve lost
I guess I’ll find out later
When I pay the real cost
It’s strange the way I feel about you
Now our paths have crossed
On the road, THE ROAD TO IDAHO

I’ll think of you in January
I’ll think of you in June
I’ll think of you every time I hear
Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon
So until we meet again
I’ll just hum another tune
On the road, THE ROAD TO IDAHO

Discography

Current CD 'SONGMANIA'