"Highway Kind" as written by and Townes Van Zandt....
My days, they are the highway kind, they never come to leave
But it's the leavin' I don't mind, it's the comin' that I crave
Throw the sun upon the ground, stand to throw a shadow
Watch it too into a night and fill the spinnin' sky

Still among the pine tree's, it felt like a breath of air
Usually I just walk these streets and tell myself to care
Sometimes I believe me, sometimes I don't wanna hear
Sometimes the state I'm in won't let me go

Well, I don't know too much for truth but my heart knows how to sound
Shame that it's not enough, shame that it's a shame
Follow the circle down, where would you be?

You're the only one I want, I never heard your name
Let us hope we meet some day, if we don't it's all the same
Then I'll meet the ones between us, be thinkin' 'bout you
And all the places I have seen and why you where not there


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