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Last night in memphis
Tonight in new orleans
Tomorrow ill be miles from here
Aint nothing to me nithing to me
Sweet gypsie highway
Wont you let me chase my dream
I gotta song to take me there
And its something to see something to see


Lord i was born wiht a suitcase in my hand
Living in a life that few could understand
Sometimes it get so confusing
That i dont know where i am
But i always know who im with
Im with the band

Cheep whickey midnightr
Another round with my friends
Watching the world trough the windsheild
And were rolling again rolling again

[Chorus two times]

Last night in memphis
Tonight in new orleans
Tomorrow ill be miles form here
Aint nothing to me nothing to me

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    supermanesboo4evaNov 20, 2009 at 4:28 pm
    i really love this song, i listen to it on my way to school everyday. it reminds me of when i went my band all over the state of arkansas and to tennesse. the lyric:" soemtimes it get so confuseing i don't where i'm sat but i always remember who i'm with i'm withthe band" and then watching the world trough the wond sheild.

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