"Call It a Day" as written by Steven William Fox, Jason Mccoy and Tim Taylor....
If every mile I've driven was a single dollar bill
I would park this truck and through away the key
I'd buy a couple acres and I'd build a little house
And you and I would finally be free

I've got one life on the road and one with you at home
And it feels like one too many when I'm gone
But I need one to make a livin' and one to make it all worthwhile
So, I'll watch the miles slip away till I can finally call it a day

It's been rainin' since Helena and I hope that it don't freeze
'Cause this ol' truck's been pullin' to the right
Now I'm somewhere in Wyoming callin' from a pay phone
Just to tell you that I missin' you tonight

I've got one life on the road and one with you at home
And it feels like one too many when I'm gone
But I need one to make a livin' and one to make it all worthwhile
So, I'll watch the miles slip away till I can finally call it a day

And I know someday this endless road I'm on is gonna end
But when it does I'll hold you close and never leave your side again

I've got one life on the road and one with you at home
And it feels like one too many when I'm gone
But I need one to make a livin' and one to make it all worthwhile
So, I'll watch the miles slip away till I can finally call it a day
So, I'll watch the miles slip away till I can finally call it a day
(Call it a day)


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"Call It a Day" as written by Steven William Fox Jason Mccoy

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