"90 Miles An Hour" as written by and Teddy Morgan Park Chisolm....
I've got a radio in my Chevrolet
Been playing rock and roll just to stay awake

I'm breathing desert air I got the windows down
I'm going anywhere now I'm finally out

Ninety miles an hour down the highway baby
I can't turn around
There's nothing left behind me but the ghosts I'm leaving
In the cold, cold ground

Something's kept me back since I was young
I thought the world was flat for way too long
I always dreamed about a brand new start
A new day in a new place now I'm finally out

Ninety miles an hour down the highway baby
I can't turn around
Nothing left behind me but the ghosts I'm leaving
In the cold, cold ground

Well, I don't care where this long road ends
I'll drive right off the map just to start again!


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"90 Miles an Hour" as written by Park Chisolm Kevin Michael Costner

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