"Open Road" as written by Brian J. Culbertson and Eric Ross Marienthal....
Make it happy ever after
With all the love I've thrown away
Make some golden tomorrow
With everything I left today

And you could make a mountain of excuses
Find me any reason to stay
But it's too late for making offers
Too late for anything that anyone might say

I got open road ahead of me
And it goes as far as I can see

Once you had everything to teach me
Once I had everything to learn
Now you can stand beside me one more time
And watch these pretty bridges burn

And then you can take the high road
Way up there where every thing's so clear
And I will keep wandering around these back alleyways
I will try to find my own way out of here, try to find that

Open road ahead of me
'Cause it goes as far as I can see

And if the truth be told
I'd live my life that way
With an open road, nothing to hold
Nothing standing in my way

And I will leave this sweet new England
And I will leave these ghosts of you
I will climb onto that train
Find a seat that's got no view

And I will take what I need with me
I will not take what I don't
And I will say that I'll be back here
But I'll know that I won't

And I will live with empty pockets
And I will live with empty sleeves
I will know that there is nothing in this world
I cannot leave

And I will tell my friends I love them
I will hope that they know
That I need nobody beside me
On this open road

Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Happy ever day

Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever day, girl

Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Happy ever day

Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Make it happy ever
Happy day



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"Open Road" as written by Eric Ross Marienthal Brian J. Culbertson

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