"On the Open Road (A Goofy Movie)" as written by and Tom Snow Jack A. Feldman....
Do ya need a break from modern livin'?
Do ya long to shed your weary load?
If your nerves are raw
And your brain is fried
Just grab a friend and take a ride
Together upon the open road
C'mon, Maxie! Ah-yuk!

All in all, I'd rather have detention
All in all, I'd rather eat a toad


And the old man drives like such a klutz
That I'm about to hurl my guts
Directly upon the road

There's nothin' can upset me
'Cause now we're on our way
Our trusty map will guide us straight and true

Roxanne, please don't forget me
I will return someday
Though I may be in traction when I do

Me and Max relaxin' like the old days

This is worse than dragon breath and acne

In a buddy-buddy kind of mode

I'm so mad
I think I may explode

When I see that highway, I could cry

Ya know, that's funny
So could I

Just bein' out on the open road
Female Country Singers:
Howdy, boys
Is this the way to Nashville?

Watch it, Mac!
Or you'll be gettin' towed

I'm in no hurry to arrive
'Cause I'll be turnin' sixty-five
The next time I see the open road

Just a week of rest and relaxtion

Small Man:
And the odd romantic episode

Very odd!
Mickey Mouse:
It's Californ-eye-ay or bust

Look out, you dirtbags
Eat my dust
From now on, I own the open road!

Just me and little Maxie
My pipsqueak pioneer

Their car ventures forever westward ho
Nuns and Goofy:

Could someone call a taxi
And get me outta here
To Beverly Hills 9-0-2-1-0
Chorus and Goofy:
Every day another new adventure
Every mile another new zip code
And the cares we had are gone for good

And I'd go with them if I could
Goofy and Chorus:
I've got no strings on me
I'm feelin' fancy-free
How wonderful to be
On the open road!

Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"On the Open Road" as written by Tom Snow Jack A. Feldman

Lyrics © Walt Disney Music Company

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