"I'm on the Road" as written by Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann....
Today may be a never ending highway
And yesterday a half-forgotten smile
But I can hear tomorrow singing
From around the bend

It's just another dusty mile
And I've got dreams to spare
And time to spend
Time to spend

So I'm on the road
Travelin' free and easy
Travelin' on
Gotta get on

Well, I gotta get on
Gotta fill my life with living
Just tell everyone I've gone
On the road

The morning whispers follow me, come my way
By noon, I'm on the far side of the sun
And I can't keep these wheels from rolling
In to one more town

There's so much to be seen and done
To settle up before I settle down
Settle down

So I'm on the road
Travelin' free and easy
Travelin' on
Gotta get on

Well, I gotta get on
Gotta fill my life with living
Just tell everyone I've gone
On the road

See the country side unreeling, watch it all unwind
Nothing I know beats this feeling
Of not knowing where you're going
Or what you're gonna find

So I'm on the road
Travelin' free and easy
Travelin' on
Gotta get on

Well, I gotta get on
Gotta fill my life with living
Just tell everyone I've gone
On the road


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"I'm on the Road" as written by Cynthia Weil Barry Mann

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