Verse 1

If you think you know him, then you don't know him at all.

You hope he can be at home, ignoring nature's call.

Doesn't even matter if he likes you,

You'll find out soon one fine day,

He believes it all ends, he's casual,

Puppy love can't make him stay.

Chorus

Cause if you loved him truly,

You'd throw him a duffel bag,

Tell him, Go, the world's waiting,

Travel safe, happy jetlag.

And if you loved him truly,

You'd print him some Google maps,

Tell him, Go where your heart wants,

You can feel me in the gaps

Between your fingers when you walk alone,

The hills mess with reception on your phone,

But don't worry about coming back home,

I'll be fine, dude, just bring me a pinecone.

Verse 2

If you think he wants or needs loving arms, you're so wrong,

He's a man who keeps it buried inside, he's that strong.

Doesn't even matter if he dates you,

For him it's experience.

He's perfect the imperfect way he is,

Puppy love can't make him change.

Chorus

Cause if you loved him truly,

You'd throw him a duffel bag,

Tell him, Go, the world's waiting,

Travel safe, happy jetlag.

And if you loved him truly,

You'd print him some Google maps,

Tell him, Go where your heart wants,

You can feel me in the gaps

Between your fingers when you walk alone,

The hills mess with reception on your phone,

But don't worry about coming back home,

I'll be fine, dude, just bring me a pinecone.

Bridge

You can never bind him,

You will never find him

Settling down, he's a wild child of the wind.

And you'll see this when your own mist has thinned.

Chorus

Cause if you loved him truly,

You'd throw him a duffel bag,

Tell him, Go, the world's waiting,

Travel safe, happy jetlag.

And if you loved him truly,

You'd print him some Google maps,

Tell him, Go where your heart wants,

You can feel me in the gaps

Between your fingers when you walk alone,

The hills mess with reception on your phone,

But don't worry about coming back home,

I'll be fine, dude, just bring me a pinecone.

Outro

Love, don't worry about coming back home,

I'll be fine, dude, just bring me a pinecone.