From the album Still Burning (MP3)

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Lyrics

Unfinished Business
© 2010 Nelson Wright

I got your picture beside me on the passenger seat,
Of this dirty old Ford leaving Bleecker Street.
It’s all that I ain’t leaving behind.
When the sun comes up on the Ford’s taillights,
This old boy ain’t looking back no more.

They tell us love never dies,
We both know it isn’t true.
Now life’s too short,
To do anything but get back to you.

And take care of unfinished business,
Too much left to do,
Unfinished business,
Between me and you.

And now the clouds are high, I’m traveling light,
Watching the breeze and the birds in flight.
While your memory just keeps coming to mind.
When the cottonwoods shine in the moon’s pale light,
I’ll be standing at your front door.

They tell us love lasts forever,
As if it were so.
There ain’t no forever,
There’s only never letting go.

Of unfinished business,
Too much left to do,
Unfinished business,
Between me and you.

I got your picture beside me on the passenger seat,
Of this dirty old Ford leaving Bleecker Street.
It’s there to the end of the line.