"I'm With The Band" as written by Wayne Kirkpatrick, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Roads, Phillip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook....
Last night in Memphis
Tonight in New Orleans
Tomorrow I'll be miles from here
Ain't nothing to me, nothing me

Sweet gypsy highway
Won't you let me chase my dream
Cause I got a song to take me there
And it's something to see, something to see

Lord I was born with a suitcase in my hand
Living in a life that few could understand
Sometimes it gets so confusing that I don't know where I am
But I always know who I'm with
I'm with the band

Cheap whiskey midnight
Another round with my friends
Watching the world through the windshield
And we're rolling again, rolling again

Lord I was born with a suitcase in my hand
Living in a life that few could understand
Sometimes it gets so confusing that I don't know where I am
But I always know who I'm with
I'm with the band

Oh Lord I was born with a suitcase in my hand
Living in a life that few could understand
Sometimes it gets so confusing that I don't know where I am
But I always know who I'm with
I'm with the band

Last night in Memphis
Tonight in New Orleans
Tomorrow I'll be miles from here
Ain't nothing to me, nothing me


Lyrics submitted by paigeraquel

"I'm with the Band" as written by Karen Fairchild Jimi Westbrook

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    My OpinionLove this song .. Its about growing up to me. About how the people you care about in your life may all seem to go on their own paths to fulfill their dreams .. but in the end, they're always with you.
    thyi319on December 29, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI like this song...I reckon its about them bein on the road and in places they have never been to but they will always have each other.
    RedneckxrockerxChicon April 27, 2008   Link

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