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This old road of love ain't for Sunday drivers
There's very few survivors in a would of hit and run
But we cared enough to hold on to each other
We pulled the load together and look how far we've come.

Our love is solid as a rock, like the moon and stars
We built our love to last like Henry Ford built cars
Not one that falls apart after once around the block
Our love is solid as a rock.

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Throught the years we've learned good things don't come easy
Lots of little treasures and nothing's ever free
All the tears of time ain't been no bed of roses
But we're about as close as two heart could ever be.

Our love is solid as a rock, like the moon and stars
We built our love to last like Henry Ford built cars
Not one that falls apart after once around the block
Our love is solid as a rock.

Our love is solid as a rock, like the moon and stars
We built our love to last like Henry Ford built cars
Not one that falls apart after once around the block
Our love is solid as a rock.

Our love is solid as a rock, like the moon and stars
We built our love to last like Henry Ford built cars



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