Take a ride with me honey
We’ll ride away the hours as the miles go by
Go on and on and on like a buffalo
Go on and on and on and watch the calves go low

And there’s a cold road below us
With grooves to show the passage of moving cars
Dug deep by those who know how to stay away
Dug deep by those who know how to not be late

And through the rain and snow
The coastal winds that blow so cold
I’m thinking you are tired, so am I
We’ve heard the radio change
Thirty times at least today
I’m thinking we have seen all

And if we crash in the redwoods
At least we’ll die among the eternal flowers
Live on and on and on like a bristlewood
Live on and on like the good lord said we should

And through the rain and snow
The coastal winds that blow so cold
I’m thinking you are tired, so am I
We’ve heard the radio change
Thirty times at least today
I’m thinking we have seen all


Lyrics submitted by unamathemba

The Redwoods song meanings
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