"The Great Unknown" as written by James House, Phil Barnhart and Sara Evans....
Fire up the motor baby, I'm already packed
I'll ride shotgun, navigate, throw the cooler in the back
Let's try and get us lost
Anywhere you want to go
Come on show me the other side of the great unknown

Well I've never rocked the Rockies
Never sinned in Santa Fe
I want to stand on a corner in Winslow, Arizona someday
And just take it easy
Drive me down a desert road

Come on show me the other side of the great unknown

Cause I'm tired of being careful
I'm sick of staying home
I just want to see a little of the great unknown
Take a right, take a left, I don't really care

It doesn't matter where we end up
Baby I can love you anywhere
I will be a waitress, you could work on cars
Find ourselves a koa and sleep underneath the stars
Just living and a loving

'Cause I'm tired of being careful
I'm sick of staying home
I just want to see a little of the great unknown
Take a right, take a left, I don't really care

Baby don't say no
Come on and show me the other side of the great unknown
Show me the other side of the great unknown


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"The Great Unknown" as written by Phil Barnhart James House

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