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I've got a home that I can't call my own
There's somewhere I'd rather be
And it's anywhere but here.
When I lay my head down in the grass
It's better than you'd think
Maybe I can sleep tonight.

Well I've been to Chicago and I've been
To Portland and I've been
To Los Angeles I've been
Well I've been to Austin and I've been
To Boston and I've been
To New York and I've been

Skip stones in river banks
Dig coins from wishing wells
Push pins in fold up paper maps
Keep stubs from tickets
Polaroids to keep it just like this
In a box up on the shelf

Well I've been to Chicago and I've been
To Portland and I've been
To Los Angeles I've been
Well I've been to Austin and I've been
To Boston and I've been
To New York and I've been

Key cards to turn on all the lights
No stove to cook a meal
There's a gym right down the hall
Oh there's art
Oh it's hung up on the wall
Is it even art at all
If it's everywhere you go

Well I've been to Chicago and I've been
To Portland and I've been
To Los Angeles I've been
Well I've been to Austin and I've been
To Boston and I've been
To New York and I've been

I got a home that I can't call my own
There's somewhere I'd rather be
And maybe that's with you
And if I take the right steps
It'll burn the soles from my shoes
Maybe I can feel the ground

Well I've been to Chicago and I've been
To Portland and I've been
To Los Angeles I've been
Well I've been to Austin and I've been
To Boston and I've been
To New York and I've been

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from Lower Places, released March 23, 2012

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