Headed north on a one way trip
I never thought I'd be back this way
I never thought I'd be missin' you
Enough to suffer for a whole night through

Headed south and I didn't look back
I rode the wind off the beaten track
I tried runnin' from the thought of you
Hunted down by what I know is true

To the north to the south it don't matter
Every road leads to you

All roads lead to you wherever I go
Every time I told you I was just passin' through
What my heart didn't know
Was all roads lead to you

Headed east on an Amtrak train
I hit the city in the pourin' rain
I never thought I'd be callin' you
Every hour from that hotel room

Headed west on a jumbo jet
I rode off into the red sunset
I stood there knockin' on the devil's door
Wonderin' what the hell I'm searchin' for

To the east to the west it don't matter
Every sign points to you

All roads lead to you wherever I go
Every time I told you I was just passin' through
What my heart didn't know
Was all roads lead to you

All my life the winding road i followed
Has led me straight to your arms

All roads lead to you wherever I go
Every time I told you I was just passin' through
What my heart didn't know
Was all roads lead to you



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All Roads Lead to You Lyrics as written by Desmond Child Marc Beeson

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