From the recording Things People Say

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Written by Beth Husband & Milan Miller
Red Desk Publishing (SESAC)/Songs From The Stillhouse (SESAC)

Milan Miller- Guitars, Keyboards, Bass, Drums, Lead Vocal
Eddie Lang- Pedal Steel Guitar
Wendy Newcomer- Harmony Vocal

Lyrics

Staring out into nowhere- waiting for a plane ride
Keeping one hand tight- on that bag at your side
Are you leaving town- looking for a new start
Or cashing in and heading home- carrying a broken heart
Were you up all night- trying to make ends meet
Or so excited to leave- you couldn’t sleep or eat

Something ‘bout that suitcase
Weathered and worn- gets me wondering
What stories can you tell- where you’re going, where you’ve been
Something ‘bout that suitcase
Tattered and torn- bursting at the seams
Is it all packed up with new hopes- or a handful of crazy old dreams
And memories that time can’t erase
There’s something ‘bout that suitcase

Does it hold a baby doll- for your little girl
Or plans and proposals- that just might change the world
Everything you need- to soak the sun in Malibu
Or the ashes of an old friend- whose traveling days are through

Something ‘bout that suitcase
Weathered and worn- gets me wondering
What stories can you tell- where you’re going, where you’ve been
Something ‘bout that suitcase
Tattered and torn- bursting at the seams
Is it all packed up with new hopes- or a handful of crazy old dreams
And memories that time can’t erase
There’s something ‘bout that suitcase

Something ‘bout that suitcase
Tattered and torn- bursting at the seams
Is it all packed up with new hopes- or a handful of crazy old dreams
And memories that time can’t erase
There’s something ‘bout that suitcase