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Songwriters: Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux

It's gettin' hard to see the road
Rain drownin' out the radio
One wiper doin' double time
Coffee cold, gas is low

The miles keep getting me nowhere
She's there no matter where I go
And the night keeps comin' on
Yeah, the night keeps comin' on

Sometimes, you gotta pull the car over
To the side of the highway
Break down, kill the motor and cry
Sometimes, you gotta try to keep livin'
Put the key in the ignition
And start your life over again

A thousand wheels flyin' by
Headin' down the interstate
Everybody's got a place to go
All I do is sit and wait

For some kind of resurrection
From a love that feels more like hate
And you can't get back what's gone
No, you can't get back what's gone

Sometimes, you gotta pull the car over
To the side of the highway
Break down, kill the motor and cry
Sometimes, you gotta try to keep livin'
Put the key in the ignition
And start your life over again

And you can't get back what's gone
No, you can't get back what's gone

Sometimes, you gotta pull the car over
To the side of the highway
Break down, kill the motor and cry
You gotta try to keep livin'
Put the key in the ignition
And start your life over again

Sometimes, you gotta try to keep livin'
Put the key in the ignition
Put the key in the iginition
And start your life over again



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