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Snow covered streets
Cancellations on my radio
Your arms so far away
And these tires they spin so slow

I feel my life roll bye
Parked in front of this steering wheel
But I’d rather pass it in your eyes
Where all my worries stand still

I’m riding this American dream
And chasing these lullabies I sing
But through this snow and freezing rain
You are still the only thing that gets me bye
When I’m riding this American dream

You give me all the sky I need
And always a soft place to fall
And all the beauty of the open road
Doesn’t compare at all

To those dancing baby blues
And the scent of your skin
Tonight I’ll leave this storm behind
I’ll soon be in your arms again

I’m riding this American dream
And chasing these lullabies I sing
But through this snow and freezing rain
You are still the only thing that gets me bye
When I’m riding this American dream

Your love will fill me up again
When I pull around that bend and find you there
Than we’ll be riding this American dream



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