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(Deana Carter/Chuck Jones)

I'm headed out of town and man I feel like crying
Snow is on the ground and everything is dying
I'll come back alive, when I cross 65

I need a song to help me along
I've got my Mustang pointed west
I'm going where the sun don't set
I'm on a roll, just me and the radio
Playing "Refugee" and "Born To Run"
And all those Allman Brother's songs
The wheels turn slow while I ride this road
Just me and the radio

2nd Avenue is twinkling behind me
Memories of you do their best to blind me
The river's rolling by, well baby, so am I

I need a song to help me along
I've got my Mustang pointed west
I'm going where the sun don't set
I'm on a roll, just me and the radio
Playing "Midnight Rider," "Ramblin' Man"
Words this woman understands
The wheels turn slow while I ride this road
Just me and the radio

Turn that sweet emotion on 'cause I just heard "Already Gone"
The wheels turn slow while I ride this road
Just me and the radio
Me and the radio



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