"Wolf To The Moon" as written by and Ritchie Blackmore Douglas Thomson White....
With a rebel mind and a gypsy heart
No place could ever be home
Drawn like a wolf to the moon, it calls to my soul
Ain't got no woman - they just tie me down
Freedom is my only friend
I get a feeling destiny lies 'round the bend

One for the road
Slave to the highway
King of the road

Chasing the sun as it sets in the sky
Swear that I'll catch it someday
Lights of the city behind are fading away
Makin' my way through the names on the map
No point in feeling alone
As long as I ride the open road
I'll always have a home

One for the road
Slave to the highway
King of the road

My future is calling, a cry in the wind
Leading me out of my past
Got no destination but know that I'm getting there fast
Crossed many miles, got so many to go
Each one calling my name
Won't settle down, and you know I'll never be tamed

One for the road
Slave to the highway
King of the road


Lyrics submitted by MrEd48

"Wolf to the Moon" as written by Ritchie Blackmore Douglas Thomson White

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    General CommentNo one has commented on this great song? :)

    To me this song is about a man who loves to travel and it makes his life complete. He needs nothing more. Therefore the open roads "call to his soul like a wolf to the moon". I personaly love this reference :)
    My favourite lines are

    "Chasing the sun as it sets in the sky
    Swear that I'll catch it someday
    Lights of the city behind are fading away" , mostly because I love that feeling too :)
    RocketQueen97on March 21, 2010   Link

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