"Traveler's Song" as written by Jeremy Brian Penick, Ryan Bradley Burchfield, Daniel S. Noonan and Gordon Charles Heckaman....
Well I'm on the road and I've traveled so far

through the roads and winding hills it seems my travels never steal

and I ride through the winds and through the snow

and will I ever stop if I do not for a while

and the road where I live always seems to crawl

and the road where I live always seems to crawl by me

and I have no worries and my troubles seem far away

all is peaceful in this space with a smile across my face

I don't need no one showin me all life has to give

they say I have no one but I like the way it is

and the road where I live always seems to crawl (seems to crawl)

and the road where I live always seems to crawl (seems to crawl)

and the road always seems to crawl (seems to crawl)

and the road where I live always seems to crawl by me

by me

by me

by me

by me

by me

by me

by me

by me

and the road where I live always seems to crawl (seems to crawl)

and the road where I live always seems to crawl (seems to crawl)

and the road always seems to crawl (seems to crawl)

and the road where I live always seems to crawl by me

I never worry about people what they say

because I live a different way

was born to never state....


Lyrics submitted by jimfear14

"Traveler's Song" as written by Gordon Charles Heckaman Daniel S. Noonan

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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