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(Sam Hogin/Phil Barnhart/Bill LaBounty)

A herd of wild horses, a stampede of cows
The sheriff's department with a pack of bloodhounds
Ain't ever gonna move me away from your side
I'm off and running
I'll be here forever now
I've made up my mind

I'd rather drive across Texas in a stolen car
With the rangers on my tail and no head start
I'd rather draw my last breath with a bullet in my heart
Than ever drive away from you
I'll never drive away from you

Take the Wichita River, jumping in space
Throw in a tornado and a couple of earthquakes
They just ain't strong enough to pull us apart
You told me that you love me
Nothing's ever gonna drag me out of your arms

I'd rather drive across Texas in a stolen car
With the rangers on my tail and no head start
I'd rather draw my last breath with a bullet in my heart
Than ever drive away from you
I'll never drive away from you

I'd rather drive across Texas in a stolen car
With the rangers on my tail and no head start
I'd rather draw my last breath with a bullet in my heart
Than ever drive away from you

I'd rather drive across Texas in a stolen car
With the rangers on my tail and no head start
I'd rather draw my last breath with a bullet in my heart
Than ever drive away from you

No, I'll never drive away

I'd rather draw my last breath with a bullet in my heart
Than ever drive away from you



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