Hotel rooms and airport bars
All night poem and sleeper cars ???
Raised a shade, and watched the stars
As I think of you
There has never been a night
After I turned out the light
I don't dream of all that we've been through

But the road goes on
And the towns roll by
Sing a song of sixpence
Half a glass of rhyme
Somewhere up ahead I know
I will see you smile
At your rumbling child
Whose hearts gone wild (*2)

5 a.m. in a mid-west town
Lukewarm coffee and cold hashbrowns
I bite my tongue and toss it down
As the morning sky turns blue

Hearts roll home like tumbleweeds
Some will turn to dust and seed
Some will find the love they need
I'm coming home to you

But the road goes on
And the towns roll by
Sing a song of sixpence
Half a glass of rhyme
Somewhere up ahead I know
I will see you smile
At your rumbling child
Whose hearts gone wild (*2)

Somewhere up ahead I know
I will see you smile
At your rumbling child
Whose hearts gone wild (*2)


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