"On the Old Dirt Road" as written by and Leo Sayer Frank Farrell....
I'm on the old dirt road
Without a care
Gotta sixpence in my pocket
Oh I'm a millionaire

Oh and I would do anything to go back there
On the old dirt road
Oh my brother and me
We make a mess all weekend

'Til Sunday eve
Oh and I am traveling through the past
Oh and I can see myself
Face to face in the looking glass

Playing in the dust
I haven't got a care
And nobody makes a fuss
'Cause there's no one there

On the old dirt road
I got no name
Build a castle wall
And knock it down again

Oh and I am a child again
Oh and I have no need to pretend
Oh I hear you cry
Go back to sleep

But I can't make it stop
'Cause it's not a dream
Playing in the dust
I haven't no cares

And nobody makes a fuss
''cause there's no one there
I'm a millionaire

Down the old dirt road
I'm a millionaire
Gotta sixpence in my pocket
I haven't got a care

On the old dirt road
I ain't got no name
I build a castle wall
And knock it down again

Oh and I would do anything to go back there again
Oh and I
I'm a child again


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"On the Old Dirt Road" as written by Leo Sayer Frank Farrell

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