"The Big Escape" as written by and Aaron Jenkins Cary Barlowe....
We don't belong here in this town
Where all is lost and nothing's found
Let's steal a car and change our names
You grow your hair to hide your face

And you can meet me underneath the trees of Rome
So we can get away into the great unknown
And like a star, we'll melt into the clouds
And make our big escape
They'll never touch us now

I can't remember to forget
My conscience only breeds regret
But maybe we could start again
Forget the faces of our friends

So will you meet me underneath the trees of Rome
So we can get away into the great unknown
And like a star, we'll melt into the clouds
And make our big escape
They'll never touch us now


Lyrics submitted by murlough23

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