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I never stop in one place long till life starts closin' in
Then a night wind beckons and I'll go running with the wind
Well I grew up an orphan boy no one to call my own
Deserted by my family never felt that I belong
So I went running with the wind to hell and back again
From north to south east to west running with the wind
I loved a little girl one time but I didn't love her long
Late one night a wind came up and with the morning I was gone
I never tell them where I'm going they don't know where I've been
They only know I was here and gone running with the wind
Well a high wind brought me to this town I'll leave here with a breeze
You never know how the wind will blow and I'll scatter like the leaves
I never stop in one place long till life start's closin' in
Then a night wind beckons and I'll go running with the wind
I never stop in one place long till life start's closin' in
Then a night wind beckons and I'll go running with the wind
I keep running with the wind I'm running with the wind



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