"Middle of the Busiest Road" as written by George Bret Alexander, Michael James Naydock, Paul Andrew Smith, Jeff Feltenberger, Ron Simasek and Pete Palladino....
Dreamed a misfit came a calling
Days at a time
A malcontent from the look alike ball
And she was mine
She said, "take all preconceptions,
Tie 'em if you have to with a bow
Leave 'em proud and prominent
In the middle of the busiest road"

A stripper picked me up one night
Down at the "hideaway jewel"
She just wanted breakfast talk,
She was working her way through school
Talked about her boyfriend
And her second full semester overload
She said, "some days I feel like I've
Been thrown in to the middle
Of the busiest road"

And I'm riding, only riding
A wreck out on the interstate
And I got out to look
Flares, blood and cassette tapes,
Broken glass by a trivia book
Trooper said she never felt a thing
As far as real trauma goes
Two strangers hold a requiem in the middle
Of the busiest road

And I'm riding, only riding, yeah I'm riding
I'm gonna start a talk show
On a local am station
One in danger of going dark
And I'll pay 'em compensation
Five thousand watts of power freeing
Tales of happenstance untold
Eventually I'll be toll free to
The dwellers of the busiest road

And I'm riding, only riding,
Yeah I'm riding, only riding


Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings

"Middle of the Busiest Road" as written by Jeff Feltenberger George Bret Alexander

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Middle of the Busiest Road song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain