Coming Home To Keansburg
Title: Comin’ Home To Keansburg (4:31)
Writer: R. Wilson
Publisher: Brux Music/ BMI)

Contact: Roger Wilson
Email: roger@hurricanewilson.com
Website http://www.hurricanewilson.com
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COMING HOME TO KEANSBURG

When I’m back in Jersey… driving near the Bayshore
I think about the old times there… the way they were before
After so many years… so strangely it seems
The car seems to drive itself… to Exit One Seventeen

My whole childhood passes… right before my eyes
The memories flood in loud and clear… I thought they all had died
All the folks I ever knew, now I think they’re playing tricks
They’re all riding with me… down Highway Thirty-Six

CHORUS)
No matter where I go in this world,
I still (think about) coming home to Keansburg
To love it you have to leave it… that’s what I’ve always heard
But still I always find myself… coming home to Keansburg

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I always feel I’m getting close… when the sign says No Left Turn
When I get on Main Street… the memories start to churn
It won’t be long now… just until I see
Welcome to Keansburg… and the sign at Dixie Lee

From the shores of the Raritan Bay…to the Garden State Parkway
The memories I carry now… with me will always stay
From the Keansburg Amusement Park… to the tip of Sandy Hook
The Bayshore’s rich history, is a main chapter in my book

CHORUS)
No matter where I go in this world,
I still (think about) coming home to Keansburg
To love it you have to leave it… that’s what I’ve always heard
But still I always find myself… coming home to Keansburg

Copyright 2017 Roger B. Wilson