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Cross Canadian Ragweed – On Your Own lyrics

If I knew where I was going
I might already be there
But I don't know where I been.
Every town seems to look the same
Another year has came and went

Running from the yesterday
Looking for tomorrow
Let the day just pass me by
Looking for the anwsers
Open for suggestions.
Still the questions cloud my mind

Cause every winter it gets colder
And every summer seems too long
And every road goes on forever
When your out there on your own.

I met a driftin woman
She was looking for the anwsers
But all she had was alibis
That driftin woman
I could never trust her
She had a pocket full of lies
So one night I left her
In total darkness
In a hotel room in tulsa
Hey driftin woman wherever your driftin now
I hope you find what your searching for

Well there not be an end
To this road I'm taking
I may not find my pot of gold
But there's always anoter day
And there's always another beer
Another story to be told

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