G C D G C D Every now an then I take a journey I look to the horizon and I am drawn Am C G 5000 Miles away in the West my sons were born G Am G D She’s got their birthdays and they’ve got their toys Am C G And in the end I just wanna be with my boys G C Am D G C Am D We did homework and we went places When other kids play I see their faces G C D G C Am D I remember the times they arrived Always a Morning, a quick panicked drive G C Am D Now their gone and I’ve moved on I tried so hard to get along G C Am D But that’s the way it has to be, I’m coming back some day you’ll see! G Am G D Am C G She’s in the box seat, and she’s having her fun And in the end I just wanna be with my sons G C A D G C A D I feel whole when I get near Leaving that place is my biggest fear, G C D Am C G But I get a week and I feel OK The worst time for me is Christmas day G Am G D She’s got their birthdays and they’ve got their toys Am C G And in the end I just wanna be with my boys G C Am D G C Am D The bus is winding through the desert night Twelve more hours til my Melbourne flight G C Am D Am C G I feel I’m leaving my soul in Town And I can’t cry, if I do I’ll drown C Am D G C Am D But you’ve got hope and in the end, You know those three little men are your best friends! Copyright November 2003 Trevor Dunen, Essendon AustraliaThis is quite a quirky little composition about Children and seeing their Dads in Australia. Written and performed by Trevor Dunen of Essendon, Victoria. Phone (03) 9375 4004. Don't alter it or change it, it's my composition. Have fun. Anyone is welcome to record it. Copyright Trevor Dunen, November 2003.