"Little City" as written by and Jon Bon Jovi....
I got my call light on
Gimme one more fare tonight
Just get me over the bridge
I can see those shiny bay lights
You know I'm never alone
But I'm feeling lonely tonight
Damn, I got my last cigarette
But I ain't got not light

God let these wheels roll
To where the girls are pretty
When the nights explode
And life is still living
Down this open road
The arms of pity
Wait to greet me tonight in little city

In my rear view mirror
I see someone else's hairline
I hear that fire in your eyes
Is on the rock and doing hard time

And the grapes of wrath, they're on the vine
There's wine in this dirt
Here love ain't love
It's just another four letter word

God let these wheels roll
To where the girls are pretty
When the nights explode
And life is still living
Down this open road
The arms of pity
Wait to greet me tonight in little city

Now that cold gray fog's
Just a rolling down the highway
He's come to carry me home
It's put a little smile on my face


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Little City" as written by Jon Bon Jovi

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    General CommentThis song is awesome the tune 2 this song is gr8 kinda strange @ the same time but i love the chorus so much

    God let these wheels roll
    To where the girls are pretty
    Where the nights explode
    And life is still living
    Down this open road
    The arms of pity
    Wait to greet me tonight in little city

    ive seen a trailer 4 the movie Jon was in called Little City i hope 2 c the full movie soon seein has its 1 out of 3 movies i havent seen with Jon in but it definitely look like he was influenced by that movie 4 this song!
    MrsEmmaBonJovion October 01, 2007   Link

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