"Highway" as written by and Thomas William Cochrane....
Hey highway, I’m lost.
I don’t know where to turn.
Let me ride I’ve got no place to stay.
Roll on, roll over. Let me lean on your shoulder.
Hell road, be my getaway.

You see I’m a’ rusted, and worn out,
I’m about to cave in.
Don’t leave me out here to die.
I wanna ride with you mile after mile.
‘Till this old highway meets the sky.

Hey highway let me in, see I’m in trouble again.
Just like you I’m crumbling away.
I’m broken, I’m busted. I’m worn and I’m fading.
Hell road. be my getaway.

Can’t you see that I’m rusted, I’m worn out,
I’m about to cave in.
Don’t leave me out here to die.
Let me ride alone all the way home.
‘Till this old highway… A broken highway.
Lonely highway. Yeah this old highway.
And you and I, meet the sky.

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    General Commentthis song is perfect. seems like he's had some hard days in his life, just needed to go for a drive.

    also sounds like he's dying. "and you and i meet the sky."
    reckless1on July 03, 2006   Link

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