Leavin’ home for the first time, must have been a quarter past ten, The sun still kept shinin’, before the rain moved in, It was late in September, just before the fall, My mom had packed me a suitcase, and left it out in the hall, I didn’t know what was coming.

Got the car all started and turned the radio on, Bob Dylan was singin’ something about Maggie’s farm, I pulled out of the driveway straight into the oncoming car, That’s when I met you babe; I didn’t get very far, I didn’t know what was coming.

We were rockin’ and rollin’ all over the place, Standin’ around with that look on your face, It started in Blacko and ended in love, Still, I have had my misgivings…

Since that day that I met you life has been a turbulent thing, Its gone straight from my moms place into a relationship thing, Every day is a circus I really give you credit for that, Complementary they call us but I’m not sure about that

Written by Simon Campbell
Track Length 3:45