I've gotta go
There's something new to see
This is the way
It's all supposed to be

Sometimes the world throws you down
If you love there's a light
I'm still walking on
I'm still holding strong
And I'll make things right

And we drive
Till the stars fall from the sky
Till the rivers all run dry
Alone in the stream just you and I
And we drive
Till there's nothing left to do
And there's nothing left to say
All of our troubles fade away

I'm breaking away
On a you Turn that I found
It's a new day
Time to turn it all around
And I'm never looking back

Cause in love there was a light
I'm still walking on
I'm still holding strong
I'm not losing sight

And we drive
Till the stars fall from the sky
Till the rivers all run dry
Alone in the stream just you and I
And we drive
Till there's nothing left to do
And there's nothing left to say
All of our troubles fade away

And I know there's a day
And a time and a place
We all find our way

And we drive

And we drive
Till the stars fall from the sky
Till the rivers all run dry
Alone in the stream just you and I
And we drive
Till there's nothing left to do
And there's nothing left to say
All of our troubles fade away


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And We Drive Lyrics as written by Bachman Anderson

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