"(I'm A) Roadrunner" as written by Lamont Herbert Dozier, Edward Holland and Brian Holland....
Money, who needs it
Let me live my life free and easy
Put a toothbrush in my hand
And let me be a travelin' man
'Cause I'm a road runner baby

I'm a road runner baby
Can't stay in one place too long
I'm a road runner baby
One look at me and I'll be gone

Well you can love me if you want to
But I do declare
When I get restless,
I've got to move somewhere
'Cause I'm a road runner baby
Anywhere is my home

[Chorus:]
And I love the life I live
And I'm gonna live the life I love
A road runner baby

Don't want no woman
To tie me down
Got to be free baby
To roam around

All my life I've been like this
And if you love me it's your own risk
'Cause when the dust hits my shoes
I've got the urge to move
Yes I'm a road runner baby
Got to keep movin' on, hey

[Chorus]

Road, road runner... [Repeat x 2]

Don't want no woman
To tie me down
Got to be free baby
To roam around

All my life I've been like this
And if you love me it's your own risk
'Cause when the dust hits my shoes
I've got the urge to move
Yes I'm a road runner baby
Got to keep movin' on, hey

[Chorus]

Road, road runner... [Repeat x 6]


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"(I'm A) Road Runner" as written by Lamont Herbert Dozier Lamont Dozier

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