"The Longest Road" as written by and Michael R. Reynolds....
Put on your high heeled shoes and that brand new dress you found
Baby let's go into town we can take my Dad's old Dodge
I've already bought the gas to get us there and back

We may never get ahead but we don't have to move so slow
We can take the fastest lane down the longest road

You say this place has got you down and there's nothin' here to do
Oh but baby that's not true, we can hear the alley cat choir
Watch the parade of empty fields life is a circus spinning right at our heels

We may never get ahead but we don't have to move so slow
We can take the fastest lane down the longest road

Before this quarter moon is spent we'll let these razor high beam lights
Cut us a slice of Friday night but baby don't you act so shy
Slide over close to me we won't always feel this free, yeah

We may never get ahead but we don't have to move so slow
We can take the fastest lane down the longest road

Baby down the longest road
Baby down the longest road


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"The Longest Road" as written by Michael R. Reynolds

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