Eighteen years in a traveling band
Seen a lot of one night stands
But still I find myself so very much alone

And it took those years to find myself
Wasn't lookin' for no one else
And then I found you girl
But you were there all along

And we'll spend each day
Like it's the last day of the rest of our lives

I'll be the king you'll be my wife
Gonna make it thru this thing called life
Gonna raise these kids on our own
The very best we can

And sixteen hours is a long, long time
When you gotta love that's on your mind
Can you tell me that I'm not right?
I'm a little distraught

And we'll spend each day
Like it's the last day of the rest of our lives
Everyday we'll fall in love just a little more
For the rest of our lives

Sittin' here in the county jail
Ain't no one to go to my bail
I shoulda been there with you
For some sympathy and tea

And eighteen years in a traveling band
Seen a lot of one night stands
And still I find myself so veyr much alone

(Repeat Chorus)



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