"Coast to Coast" as written by and Fred O. Knipe....
It's not just the bedroom
Where she used to lay her head
Or the front room by the fire
Where we once passed the night instead
Though I have left these rooms
And gone as far as I could drive
Even in the motels along U S 405

Coast to coast and wall to wall
It's a memory not much more than five feet tall
But the shadow that it's casting seem to fall
Coast to coast and wall to wall

California seems like someplace I could catch my breath
Get my mind off someone who still worries me to death
Even though she's gone her memory unlocks every door
Haunts me now in places I have never seen before

Coast to coast and wall to wall
It's a memory not much more than five feet tall
But the shadow that it's casting seem to fall
Coast to coast and wall to wall

I'm rolling down the highway or strolling down the hall
When things are going my way and then a memory comes to call

Coast to coast and wall to wall
It's a memory not much more than five feet tall
But the shadow that it's casting seem to fall
Coast to coast and wall to wall


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"Coast to Coast" as written by Frederic O. Iii Knipe

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