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[Intro]
And that road goes on and on into the sunset.
And my destiny is bound to move me on.
And I'll never find the one to satisfy my soul there.
Girl I want you but I just gotta go.
Girl I want you but I just gotta go.
Girl I want you but I just gotta go.

[1st Verse]
Movin' on,
From town to town.
I'm alone,
On my own.
All my life,
When I been movin'.
Don't know why,
Just gotta go.

[Chorus]
And that road goes on and on into the sunset.
And my destiny is bound to move me on.
Never find the one to satisfy my soul there.
Girl I want you and I just gotta go.

(Guitar lead solo)

[Repeat Chorus]

[2nd verse]
One day soon,
I'll stop my searchin'.
Find a girl,
Hey and settle down.
Don't know how,
But I keep movin'.
Lot's of places,
I've never been.
Final chorus -
And that road goes on and on into the sunset.
And my destiny is bound to move me on.
Never find the one to satisfy my soul there.
Girl I want you but I just gotta go.
Girl I want you, but I just gotta go.
Girl I want you, but I just gotta go.



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