or
Chalee Tennison

She was waitin' tables in a diner off of Highway 41
On his way to Indiana on another midnight run
So they talked about the weather and the next thing that you know
The hours flew by like minutes and it was time he had to go
On a rainy highway half way out of town
A voice inside his heart said turn those 18 wheels around

And go back
You've got somebody waitin'
Go back
That's where you need to be
Right now
There's nothing in this world more important than that
So go back

They settled down in a little house in the spring of '92
And she quit her job at the diner with the baby almost due
Those early years weren't easy and they had bills to pay
So he said you know I hate to leave you but I'll be back by Saturday
10 miles out of Tulsa his boss came on his radio
Said if you want to see your brand new daughter you better drop that load

And go back
You've got somebody waitin'
Go back
That's where you need to be
Right now
There's nothing in this world more important than that
So go back

Everybody heard the sirens
They pulled his rig out of the snow
In a rush to see his family somehow he lost control
Though the doctors tried to save him, he slipped into the light
Then he heard the angels whisper, now is not your time

Go back
You've got somebody waitin'
Go back
That's where you need to be
Right now
There's nothing in this world more important than that
So go back
(You've got somebody waitin')
Go back
(That's where you need to be)
Go back
(Go back)
Go back

Written by DONNY A HACKETT, JEREMY PATRICK CAMPBELL
Published by WORDS & MUSIC COPYRIGHT ADMN OBO SWAYDEMAN MUSIC, INC.

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