Copyright © 2003 | Aaron Traffas (BMI)
C F C F C F I played the bar last night and I sang about you. C F Every song I sang started with your name. Am G F I know you couldn’t hear me because you're so far away. C I sang for you to come back anyway. All the letters that I send go unanswered. The messages I leave for you go unreturned. I don't know how I can create the catalyst and build a bridge to cross that you can't burn. F C And if I don't cry tonight I'll cry tomorrow, F G somewhere in the miles that stretch between you and me. F C Am G Every bar is another chance that you might just be there, F G C and every show's another you don’t see. I’m strung out on the road but I keep on driving an expensive four lane drug that I just have to take. The highway doesn't care about the stories that I tell, but if it did you’d still be far away. I have another show tonight at Buster’s, one that I don’t think I can play without your ghost. The one which I created from what I recall of you, she sits in the corner booth at every show.