"These Roads Don't Move" as written by Oliver Robert Main, Matthew Peter George Bowman, David James Best, James David Naylor and Ryan Andrew Wilson....
There is no need to say another word
You'll be golden and eternal just like that
Something good will come of all things yet
Simple golden eternity blessing all

'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves
'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves

Now get my ticket and say goodbye
Leave San Francisco behind
Go back home across autumn America
And it'll be all like it was in the beginning


'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves
'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves

All the dark torture is a memory
I do see my star still shining
For all those years looking out of jail and ship windows
The irrational mortal loneliness is always crowned

'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves
'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves
'Cause roads don't move
You're the one that moves


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