"This Is How I Live" as written by and Sam Lewis Roberts....
I met a girl on a farm we started carrying on
Late at night she said
"Honey won't you stay?? and I said
"Baby that just ain't the way I live?

I had this girl in the South she said, "You got a big mouth"
And that ain't right well I'm no saint
But I ain't bad I'm too busy baby
Just loving the life I have, oh yeah

And I'd stay but I gotta move on
I ride the wind and I'm gone

Oh, I'm ready to go
I got nineteen women on my mind
I got six lives left 'cause
I've already died three times but I'm fine

I heard the knock at the door
It was a quarter to four I heard
"Fie fye fo, fo fo fum
I'm young, dumb and ready to come alive", my my

And I'd stay but I gotta move on
I ride the wind and I'm gone
I ride the wind and I'm gone
I

This is how I live
This is how I live
I, I got nothing to give
I got noting to give

I took a seat at the bar you know it wouldn't be far
Some people came and then they went
But I ain't leaving till my money is spent
Oh no, oh no

And I'd stay but I gotta move on
I ride the wind and I'm gone
I ride the wind and I'm gone

And I'd stay but I gotta move on
I ride the wind and I'm gone
I ride the wind and I'm gone

Oh yeah yeah yeah
I ride the wind and I'm gone
I ride the wind and I'm gone



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"This Is How I Live" as written by Sam Lewis Roberts

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