If you had money I could borrow / I think I would leave the eastern coast / I think I would take a long vacation / just get in the car and go / so sweet Savannah and Atlanta, Birmingham and baton rouge / I've gotta find a new sensation / so I'll just be passing through

And it's a long road I'm going down / and it's a long, long time that I'll be gone to make everything cool someday

Now I'm in Houston, next is Tucson / I'm feeling better by the day / my loads getting lighter cause I'm rid of debts that I can't pay / and when I get to Santa Ana, I'm gonna bury all my ghosts / and then I'll find my new sensation / I'm gonna take it slow

And it's a long road I'm going down / and it's a long, long time that I'll be gone to make everything cool someday

Well its long, long road I'm goin down / I gotta long, long way to go – so?
Pop in the key / turn the ignition / gonna find a cure / for this lonely condition / put it in drive / turn on the headlights / been too long since I felt alive
Roll the windows down / wave goodbye / to that tired old town / where all dreams die / throw those maps / out by the roadside / tonight I'll let / the highway decide
Turn the radio / turn the radio on / turn the radio / turn the radio on / it's a long, long road / a long, long road


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