Where Do I Go From Here (A Trucker's Song) lyrics

Well I Came From Alabama
With A Banjo On My Knee
I'm Goin' To Louisiana
My True Love For To See

It Rained All Night The Day I Left
The Weather It Was Dry
The Sun So Hot I Froze To Death
Suzanna Don't You Cry

I Got A Long Way To Go
I Sure Feel It Now Deep Down In These Dusty Clothes
Through Another Town Backed Up With Capricious Souls
I Got A Long Way To Go

I Got A Lot Left To Say
To The Empty Seat That Stood Beside Me
Through The Fray
Through The Midnight Moon
Saw Fit To Light My Way
Got A Lot Left To Say

But Where Do I Go From Here
When I'm Lost Out On The Road
The Way's Not Clear
To Find My Way Back Home
I Need To Hear
The Only Voice That Leads Me On
So I Can Find My Way Back To You

I Had A Dream The Other Night
When Everything Was Still
I Thought I Saw Suzanna
Comin' Down The Hill

The Buckwheat Cake Was In Her Mouth
A Tear Was In Her Eye
Says I'm Comin' From The South
Suzanna Don't You Cry

Where Do I Go From Here
When I'm Lost Out On The Road
And The Way's Not Clear
To Find My Way Back Home
I Need To Hear
The Only Voice That Leads Me On
So I Can Find My Way Back To You

Soon We'll Be In New Orleans
Then I'll Look Around
And When I Find Suzanna
I'll Fall Down On The Ground

And If I Do Not Find Her
Then I Should Surely Die
And When I'm Dead And Buried
Suzanna Don't You Cry

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What do you think is the meaning of Where Do I Go From Here (A Trucker's Song) by Alan Jackson?