"Fast" as written by and Michael William/thrasher Dulaney....
Goodbye crack of dawn,
Goodbye harvester,
And goodbye hello baby,
After a long hard day,
Of plowing dirt

Goodbye way of life,
Goodbye pass it down,
Goodbye up all night,
Of praying for rain,
A two year drought,
Walking on faith,
And toughing it out

Hey,
What's past is past,
Oh, nothing in this world lasts
Hey,
Aren't those four lanes fast

Goodbye gravel road, thanks for the ride,
For watching over me
Remember the time, I rolled my truck,
And you were there when I woke up,
You walked me home, yeah you lead me home, but

Hey,
What's past is past,
Oh, nothing in this world lasts
Hey,
Aren't those four lanes fast

Goodbye, tomorrow's another day,
In no time, it only moves one way,
Away from yesterday,
Oh the memories never fade

Hey,
What's past is past,
Oh, nothing in this world lasts
Hey,
Aren't those four lanes fast

Aren't they fast,
What's past is past,
Aren't they fast,
Aren't they fast.


Lyrics submitted by baileyr03

"Fast" as written by Tom Shapiro Neil Thrasher

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    General CommentThis is my favorite Jason Aldean song, it reminds me of moving away going to college. The song is about how nothing ever lasts. I think hes talking about his journey to be a music singer, and how he left everything he knew and loved to chase his dream. "Goodbye gravel road
    Thanks for the ride
    for watching over me
    Remeber the time
    I rolled my truck
    And you were there
    When i woke up
    You walked me home
    Yeah you lead me home"

    always gets me everytime, it reminds me of my home and some of the gravel roads i tore up when i was younger.
    Jason Aldean is an amazing country artist
    Plums72on January 24, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think that this song is about him leaving the life he knows and remembers. He says goodbye to the farm in the first verse and goodbye to the gravel road in the second.
    Rachel45on June 21, 2013   Link

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