You were always the impatient kind of girl
You would run before the tread wheel turned
Another train, another town
Nothing that could hold you down
So if happiness came knocking you’d be gone
Well, that’s the price for moving on

And all the boys that tried to win you back at school
Hadn’t heard about your golden rule
A bow can bend, a bow can break
The one who gives will someday take
So you grab what you can hold and then you run
Well, that’s the price for moving on

Anywhere the wind blows I’ll be there for you
Anywhere the wind blows If you want me to
Anywhere the wind blows I will follow

Once you had a lover in your life
Who was asking you to be his wife
He wanted children, two or three
You said ‘that life is not for me’
And the next day he was going, going, gone
Well, that’s the price for moving on

Anywhere the wind blows…

I have always been my family’s blackest sheep
I remember how my mother used to weep
She said ‘you’re like the wind that blows
You bring a storm and then you go’
So honey, you are not the only one
Who pays the price for moving on

Anywhere the wind blows…