The Midnight Hour

Long night breaks at 2 AM
I make my way to my frozen car again
The snowflakes dance; shimmer in my headlights glow
Oh why, oh why, won’t that song play on the radio?

Turn the key and drive on out
The stoplights blink and flash
And the whispers of your name seep through
But the never seem to last

‘Cause in the midnight hour I’m driving my own road
And I don’t know where I’m meant to go
But I know she is taking the same way
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be

Across the bridge and up the road
I’ll scream my anthem: “Oh, there’s no place like home”
These city lights can’t cut through the fog that’s in my mind
It seems like every mile I drive forward, I fall two more behind

Back before I knew her name
I never seemed to care
But now every time I see her face
It makes me so aware

That in the midnight hour I’m driving my own road
And I don’t know where I’m meant to go
But I know she is taking the same way
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be

I know I’ve been down this road before
And I know girls may come and girls may go
But there’s something to be said
For waiting for the one who is right
And my passenger seat is empty for tonight

‘Cause in the midnight hour I’m driving my own road
And I don’t know where I’m meant to go
But I know she is taking the same way
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be

In the midnight hour I’m driving my own road
And I don’t know where I’m meant to go
But I know she is taking the same way
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be
Driving to where, oh, we’re meant to be


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