"Get Out Of This Town" as written by and Edwin Cole Mc Cain....
It's time to get out of this town
There's no more fun to be found
I'm rolling thunder with the top down
It's time to get out, get out, get out

Crescent City high-life
Dancing with the devil's wife
Just like some voodoo dream
Living on 4th and Magazine

A black rose and a chicken bone
I don't know if I'll make it home
Another night at Snake and Jakes
Just a little more than I can take

It's time to get out of this town
There's no more fun to be found
I'm rolling thunder with the top down
It's time to get out, get out, get out

It's time to get out of this town
There's no more fun to be found
I'm rolling thunder with the top down
It's time to get out, get out, get out

Lear jets and limousines
Found my way to the Vegas scene
Hit hard on a sixteen
The pit boss is getting mean

Just waiting on my car
Rolling like the Junkyard
Three days and some big scars
That's what it takes to be a rock star

It's time to get out of this town
There's no more fun to be found
I'm rolling thunder with the top down
It's time to get out, get out, get out

It's time to get out of this town
There's no more fun to be found
I'm rolling thunder with the top down
It's time to get out, get out, get out

I'm falling down
I'm falling down

It's time to get out of this town
There's no more fun to be found
I'm rolling thunder with the top down
It's time to get out, get out, get out


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"Get Out of This Town" as written by Edwin Cole Mc Cain

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