Lee Roy Parnell - On The Road
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On The Road Lyrics

There's a sad, young wife
Never had a life
Her mother said she'd married young.
And her husband's a fool
Never listened to
All the things she's never done.
So she packs up that ol' Ford Fairlane.
She's had about all she can bear.
A suitcase, a hope, and a hard rain.
She's gonna find it all somewhere.

On the road
Where the night is black.
On the road
Where you don't look back.
There's a white line in the distance.
Where it's goin' nobody knows.
If it's anywhere, you'll find it
On the road.

There's a teenage kid
No matter what he did
Nobody ever understands.
And he don't measure up
And he's had enough
Can't be his Daddy's little man.
So he pulls out that hot rod Chevy.
Puts in his favorite cassette.
He ain't goin' to no college.
The world is waitin' up ahead.

On the road
Where the night is black.
On the road
Where you don't look back.
There's a white line in the distance.
Where it's goin' nobody knows.
If it's anywhere, you'll find it
On the road.

Eddie and Jill got time to kill
The kids, they never come around.
And a gold-plated watch was all he got
When the company shut his life down.
So he takes down that old Airstream.
They don't know where they're bound.
Sixty five years and still searching
For somethin' that they never found.

On the road
Where the night is black.
On the road
Where you don't look back.
There's a white line in the distance.
Where it's goin' nobody knows.
If it's anywhere, you'll find it.
On the road.
On the road.
On the road.

these lyrics are submitted by kaan

Songwriter(s): Bob Mcdill
Copyright: Polygram Int. Publishing Inc., Ranger Bob Music
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