We're rolling down the road, South of North Chicago
They're howling on for Superstitious on the radio
People going crazy all night long
Singing every word to everybody's favorite song

Worked our way up from Georgia to Virginia
Kicked a little ass in the northeast area
I'm chasing this feeling fast as I can
In this Mardi Gras float of a rock band

Baby, it's another night
And I know you're all alone
I'm running at the speed of light
Baby, cause I'm almost home
I can see the Southern sky
Kissing the New Orleans moon
I'm wrapping me in you tonight
Baby, cause I'm almost home

Broken white lines stretched across the highway
Another thousand miles til I pull into your driveway
My body's out here but my soul's with you
I don't know why I do what I do

Baby, it's another night
And I know you're all alone
I'm running at the speed of light
Baby, cause I'm almost home
I can see the Southern sky
Kissing the New Orleans moon
I'm wrapping me in you tonight
Baby, cause I'm almost home

Everything I wanted to believe in
Everything I thought was ever me, it's here
Everything I hope and can depend on
Everything I pray will never end is there

Baby, it's another night
And I know you're all alone
I'm running at the speed of light
Baby, cause I'm almost home
I can see the Southern sky
Kissing the New Orleans moon
I'm wrapping you in me tonight
Baby, cause I'm almost home

I can see the Southern sky
Kissing the New Orleans moon
Wrapping me in you tonight
Baby, cause I'm almost home


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34

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