CALEDONIA By: The Barra MacNeils I don't know if you can see The changes that have come over me In these last few days. I've been afraid that I might drift away. I've been telling stories, singing songs, That make me think about where I come from. That's the reason why I seem so far away today. CHORUS: Oh, let me tell you that I love you. That I think about you all the time. Caledonia, you're calling me, Now I'm going home. I have moved and I've kept on moving, Proved the points that I needed proving, Lost the friends that I needed losing, Found others along the way. I have kissed the fellas and left them sighing. Stolen dreams there's no denying. I have travelled hard with conscience flying, Somewhere in the wind. Oh let me tell you that I love you, I think about you all the time. Caledonia, you're calling me, I'm coming home. Now I'm sitting here before the fire, The empty room a forest choir. The flames have cooled, don't get any higher, They're withered, now they're gone, But I'm steady thinking my way is clear. And I know what I'll do tomorrow, When the hands are shaken, the kisses flowed, Then I'll disappear. Oh let me tell you that I love you. I think about you all the time. Caledonia, you're calling me, Now I know you're mine. But if I should become a stranger, It would make me more than sad. Caledonia's been everything, I ever had.