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Donna Hughes – Lonesome Highway lyrics

I can't erase the miles or the lines on my face
There's no need for me to wonder where I might have been
I can't get nowhere without this lonesome road
Andi can't remember what happened to my friends

Chorus: This lonesome highway and the wasted miles I've gone
Lonesome highway, leads away from home and tomorrow
I'll be here again
On this lonesome highway, where I've never been

I can't cross the river without bridges that I've burned
I'll have to go an extra mile to find a different way
I keep on riding on this lonesome road
I can't remember where I was yesterday

Chorus: This lonesome highway and the wasted miles I've gone
Lonesome highway, leads me back to home and tomorrow
I'll be here again
On this lonesome highway, where I've always been



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