"Long Distance" as written by and Muddy Waters Mckinley Morganfield....
I like cold mornings
They keep me sharp
Forget the rain
Forget the car
And leave behind all communication

All the pieces
In front of me
I have this place
All to myself
I'm not asking much
Just a little space for my head

I start today, I drive the other way
I start today, I drive the other way
I start today, I drive the other way
I start today, I drive the other way

A simple lake
Dirt tracks for days
I'm breathing clean
My eyes feel bathed
I've hit the wall too many times now

I start today, I drive the other way
I start today, I drive the other way
I start today, I drive the other way
I start today, I drive the other way

I start today
I start today
I start today
I start today

I start today, I drive the other way
(And if it makes you happy, it doesn't make me sorry)
I start today, I drive the other way
(And if it makes you happy, it doesn't make me sorry)
I start today, I drive the other way
(And if it makes you happy, it doesn't make me sorry)
I start today, I drive the other way
(And if it makes you happy)


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"Long Distance" as written by Mc Kinley Morganfield

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    General CommentIt's about someone who, rather than going about their normal day, ie. office/school/factory/etc, decides to drive out to the countryside and get some peace. Basically, it's about nature vs the modern world. The last chorus is just perfect.
    infotainment_ladon January 21, 2006   Link

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