This air-conditioned air
makes me feel like going somewhere,
and all this time, I've always known
that life's too short to travel alone.

And you won't get very far
in this small European car.
And all I want to know is how you are,
but I'll keep strumming my old guitar.

'Cause all this air-conditioned air
makes us feel like going somewhere,
and all this time, we've always known
that life's too short to travel alone.

And you can eat all your credit cards,
and drink all your cigarettes,
'cause I'm tired of all these backyards
and obligatory birthday cards.

'Cause all this air-conditioned air
makes us feel like going somewhere,
and all this time, we've always known
that life's too short to travel alone.

And all this air-conditioned air
makes us feel like going somewhere,
and all this time, I've always known
that life's too short to travel alone.

And all this air-conditioned air
makes me feel like going somewhere,
and all this time, we've always known
life's too short to travel alone.


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