"Airstream" as written by and Al Anderson Alfredo Joaquin Zuniga....
Airstream, big chrome airstream
Leave the world behind me
They won't find me in my airstream

Free, I don't want to be stuck in the city
With the cars and people downtown
Waiting in a line
Wishing I was far away
Where no one knows my name

Ocean, big blue ocean
Rolling like a daydream
Down the highway in my airstream

Free, I don't want to be stuck in the city
With the cars and people downtown
Waiting in a line
Wishing I was far away
Where no one knows my name
Or my address, it's a place I've never been
When it gets too familiar I'll be gone

Free, I don't want to be stuck in the city
With the cars and people downtown
Waiting in a line
Wishing I was far away
Where no one knows my name
Or my address, it's a place I've never been
When it gets too familiar I'll be gone
When it gets too familiar I'll be gone
When it gets too familiar I'll be gone


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"Airstream" as written by Miles Zuniga Alan Gordon Anderson

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    General Commentthis song is phenomenal. its about never wanting to settle, always wanting to be free.
    wereTHRIVINGon April 23, 2009   Link

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