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Outside America
Everybody's just waking up
Drinking coffee from a paper cup
To the sound of the radio

And there's a broke town girl
In the parking lot
Shaking off her dress with everything she's got
Last night she started dancing and she couldn't stop
Daylight came and it broke her heart

She's been up all night
Dream so big
In a town where dreams don't bit

Come on now people it's all we got
We feel it in our hearts for sure
Like a song that's been playing for all our lives
We know it's right
We heard it on the radio

Outside America
There's a boy and there's a girl he loves
But he never really gave enough
So she couldn't take no more

She said she couldn't stay oh-oh
She had to walk away
Cause she's never gonna get it
Never gonna get it
And she's never gonna live that way
He says "Oh my God, I feel like hell"

Come on now people it's all we got
We feel it in our hearts for sure
Like a song that's been playing for all our lives
We know it's right
We heard it on the radio

And it's all these moments that
Start all the fires that
Make all these moments burn bright
So how can all this be right

Come on now people it's all we got
I feel it in my hearts for sure
Like a song that's been playing for all our lives
We know it's right
We heard it on the radio

Oh-oh

We know it's right
Cause we heard it on the radio

We know it's right
We heard it on the radio



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