Morgan Wade – Northern Air Lyrics

Northern Air Lyrics By Morgan Wade

Didn’t know the difference between
What I needed and what I was wanting
And the way you looked at me
Was a little haunting
I can still see you with your whiskey and your ginger
Back of the bar, drunk in early September
But I’m missing you now
I’m still stuck here in this southern town

So tell me
Tell me, how’s that northern air
And do you think of me when you’re all alone?
Won’t you bring yourself on home?

I sang you songs, I wrote about you, didn’t even know it
Or maybe you did and you were too afraid to show it
Tonight I wonder if you’re by yourself
But I can’t imagine you with anyone else

So tell me
Tell me, how’s that northern air
And do you think of me when you’re all alone?
I could drive all night to be there
‘Cause I don’t think that I could stand
One more night on my own
Won’t you bring yourself on home?

There’s a red wine stain on my white dress
That I bought to impress you
That night that I confessed my truth
Didn’t know it would upset you
I haven’t seen you in so long
But after all this time, these feelings, they’re not gone

So tell me
Tell me, how’s that northern air
And do you think of me when you’re all alone?
I could drive all night to be there
‘Cause I don’t think that I could stand
One more night on my own
Won’t you bring yourself on home?
Won’t you bring yourself on home?
Won’t you bring yourself on home?
Won’t you bring yourself on home?

There’s a red wine stain on my white dress
That I bought to impress you