As I mentioned, during my internship in St. Louis, I suddenly found myself with free time and space to start processing everything that had happened in recent years.
One of the first things I had to do at my new job, was locate and write down the addresses for all 8+ of the places I had lived in the 3.5 years since I turned 16. If that's not a setup for asking "Where do I belong," then I'm not sure what is.
I had developed a pattern for moving. One of the first things I did when I knew I had to leave a place, was take down my posters. That made it obvious to me that I wasn't staying, and helped me get motivated to pack. On the other side, often the posters were the last things I'd put up, when I finally felt settled in.
There weren't any love affairs involved, I don't want to give the wrong impression, but the rest of the lyrics to this song seem to fit:
I just had to shake my head with the realization that I had intentionally decided to move every 3 to 6 months for the next 4 years. But at least this time it was my choice. I knew where I would be, when. I made connections in both locations, often with people who would still be there when I returned again.