"Most of the Country" as written by and Mcguire/smith....
Standing in a doorway counting taxis
Waitin' for a ride to Disneyland
I'm gettin' just a little tired of Portland
Stayed a little longer than I planned

Waving at the ladies in their caddies
Showing off to girls who look away
My thumb is turning blue and I'm hungry
Dreaming of a ride straight to L.A.

I've seen most of the country
From the side of the road
I'm getting from here to nowhere
In no time
And I don't believe I'll ever make it home

It's been rainin' since I started out this morning
Dirty streets and hookers waved goodbye
I'd be lyin' if I said I'm sorry leavin'
I'd be leavin' if I could only get a ride

And I've seen most of the country
From the side of the road
I'm getting from here to nowhere
In no time
And I don't believe I'll ever make it home
I don't believe I'll ever make it

I've been standing in doorways counting taxis
Waitin' for a ride to Disneyland
I'm gettin' just a little tired of Portland
Stayed a little longer than I planned

And I've seen most of the country
From the side of the road
I'm getting from here to nowhere
In no time
And I'm goin' home

And I've seen most of the country
From the side of the road
I'm getting from here to nowhere
In no time
And I don't believe I'll ever make it
Don't believe I'll ever make it


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