Heard a humming
Coming off the shore,
When we came together.
Like a diesel engine,
I could feel your presence.

Cost of living
On a dragon's head;
In the arms of a stranger.
Oh, America,
I could feel your presence.

Come on, baby,
Do your legs still run down the borderline,
Into the dark of the night by the river rising?
Come on, now.
They built a railroad down in the underground
That can take you anywhere you don't wanna be found.

Drums were beating
As they changed the guard
At the grand casino.
In a Roman Empire,
I could feel your presence.

Come on, baby,
I saw your face light up like a motel sign
And your heart still beating in the flickering lights.
Come on, now.
I've been trying to hold onto a feeling tonight
As the sun sets west on a Michigan sky.


Lyrics submitted by CAKunited

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