The Roamin' Bowman

from by Michael Guy Bowman

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Tangled in the ropes that have strangled
All the hopes that were dangled in front of my eyes
But when I'm near you, I have nothing to fear
You make life oh-so-clear, you cut right through the lies

Somwhere, from the crack of the sun there
I'd be working for one share bemused and alone
But your love is the fast and the sure love
Which keeps me feeling pure, love, each time I come home

'Cause if my kind of home is really your kind of home
Then what reason have I to roam?

Lonely days, humid nights
When I go to turn out all the lights
I only know you, love, will still be my true love
To have and to hold all my own
For without you I guess I'd just roam

My life is a head-in-the-sky life
And I still wonder why life seems strange and unknown
But when we're together, no matter the weather
I feel that much better, like I've just come home

'Cause if my kind of home is really your kind of home
Then what reason have I to roam?

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from Ithaca, released January 1, 2012
Written, performed, and produced by Michael Guy Bowman.

Featuring Erik Scheele (piano) and Clark Powell (string arrangement and sequencing).

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