From the recording The Beauty of This Now

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On My Way Home to You Marc Douglas Berardo ©2024 Overhead Map Music/ASCAP

Credits:
MDB - acoustic guitars, vocals
Bart de Win - piano
Ron Flynt - B3 Organ,
Geoff Queen - pedal steel guitar
Mark Epstein - upright bass

Lyrics

On My Way Home to You Marc Douglas Berardo ©2024 Overhead Map Music/ASCAP

When the leaves begin to fall and the wind begins to blow
When the slow down comes and geese begin to go
Over the ocean, down along the seams
From East St Kent to Sierra Del Mar
No matter where I go, no matter how far
I’m on my way home to you

The people come to hear the stories and the songs
Made up by a man who was falling apart
Wild tales of the great rum runners
Quiet cries of heartbreak in the dark
After the show, I walk through the park
On my way home to you

When I went looking into the madness of the soul
I found myself at the bottom of a very big hole
Self-inflicted damage to ward off pain
The places that road took me to were insane
But it was just a detour a walk in the rain
On my way home to you

If you think I’m not thinking of you
And that I want to walk this world alone
Grabbing at the wheel and chasing a bone
Look to the red sky and the geese flying above
And know that they’re bringing you my love
I’m thinking that every change of season is a chance to start anew
On my way home to you
On my way home to you

Credits:
MDB - acoustic guitars, vocals
Bart de Win - piano
Ron Flynt - B3 Organ,
Geoff Queen - pedal steel guitar
Mark Epstein - upright bass