Michigan
It seems that I’m always just passing through
Michigan
This time I think I need something from you

Give up the wonder that you hold
‘Cause just singing about it is getting old
Let’s meet before that heat in our bodies turns cold
‘Cause I’m no man until this ticket’s sold

States away
Those 1,200 miles of interstate
My will at bay
The distance keeps me from what I would say

Give up any lovin’ that you have
And I’ll give you twice the lovin’ right back
The freedom that you bring
When our bones are rattlin’
‘Cause I’m no man until I’ve made you sing

Michigan
It seems that I’m always just passing through
Michigan
Looks like I won’t be seeing much more of you


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