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  1. Colorado

From the album Going Back Home

Lyrics

Loaded up and rolling on the long western drive
Headed to the Rockies, crossing into Mountain Time
Sunlight spreads out across cottonwood and sage
These wide open plains, feel like the safest place

When I crossed the Mississippi, there was a heaviness inside

So take away my trouble, ease the burden on my mind
My soul is like the desert, no tears left to cry
So I'm back on the road
To Colorado

Too many nights spent out in the cold
Can take away your spirit, steal the life out of your bones
So if you wanna feel free and know what it's like to fly
Spend some time looking up at a dark Durango sky

When I crossed the Mississippi, I started to see the light

So take away my trouble, ease the burden on my mind
My soul is like the desert, no tears left to cry
So I'm back on the road
To Colorado

Oh, take away my trouble, ease the burden on my mind
My soul is like the desert, no tears left to cry
So I'm back on the road
And I'm going back home
To Colorado