"Somebody Else" as written by Harry Stephen Laird Collier and Y ....
Highway 65 sure sounds kinda nice
I feel like driving somewhere far away
I've got the top rolled down
The radio way up loud

Playing Willie and old Hank
I don't really have a certain destination
I'll just fill the gas tank up
And use my imagination

I want to feel my freedom blowing through my hair
Throw my troubles to the wind
And scream out I don't care
I'm tired of being down and out

'Cause that ain't what life should be about
I can feel the load get lighter with every mile
I want to be somebody else for a little while
Sometimes we?re afraid to change

Scared of what tomorrow brings
Same routine everyday
If you never stop and listen
You won't know what you'll be missing

Let your life slip away
I want to feel my freedom blowing through my hair
Throw my troubles to the wind
And scream out I don't care

I'm tired of being down and out
'Cause that ain't what life should be about
I can feel the load get lighter with every mile
I want to be somebody else for a little while

I want to feel my freedom blowing through my hair
Throw my troubles to the wind
And scream out I don't care
I'm tired of being down and out

'Cause that ain't what life should be about
I can feel the load get lighter with every mile
I want to be somebody else for a little while
Stay up all night and sleep all day

And wake up with a smile
I want to be somebody else for a little while


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