Turn me out and turn me in
You're such a long, long drive
That I don't mind repeating

Country eyes and city sin
You got along all the while
Looking for something better

Just south of Maine
I swear I smiled on
A sidewalk bench and I heard you saying

Call me up
When you're lonesome on the road
And you feel like coming home
Cause I don't mind staying up with you
While we're talking about nothing at all

Best friend of bottles
Lying on a linoleum floor
Where I made my bed

Distracted boys
?
So maybe I can get some rest

I was walking down 7th street
and you turned to me
and you started saying

Call me up
When you're lonesome on the road
And you feel like coming home
Cause I don't mind staying up with you
While we're talking about nothing at all

Yeah just call me up
When you're lonesome on the road
And you feel like coming home
cause I don't mind staying up with you
While we're talking about nothing at all


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    General Commentsorry if these are wrong...i know i couldn't get all the words but at least it's a start.
    scrumptiouson March 23, 2010   Link

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