STEELDRIVERS


To Be With You Again Lyrics

I cannot wait for dawn to break
I must be on my way
Before I pass this way again
Be many a dog, dog days

The sheriff does not know my face
He does not know my name
But before the sun goes down again
He?ll know them just the same

One kiss before I leave you
And one more for the wind
Every day I hope and pray
To be with you again

With the poor man's word and a rich man's gold
Who?s chances would you choose?
The judge and jury close their eyes
And justice don?t come through

I?ll run from what I haven?t done
'Cause the long arm of the law
Got a silver spade that?ll dig my grave
Before on us all

One kiss before I leave you
And one more for the wind
Every day I hope and pray
To be with you again

Down along the railroad tracks
Waitin' in the weeds
The first freight train to the leave the yard
Will be the one I'm in

I?ll find a place on the boxcar roof
Where the wind cuts cold and deep
I don?t know need no railroad man
To catch me in my sleep

One kiss before I leave you
And one more for the wind
Every day I hope and pray
To be with you again
To be with you again

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Songwriter(s): Christopher Stapleton
Copyright: WB Music Corp.
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