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Nancy Sinatra – 99 Miles From La lyrics

Keeping my eyes on the road, I see you

Keeping my hands on the wheel, I hold you

99 miles from L. A.
I kiss you, I miss you, please be there

Passing a white sandy beach, we're sailing

Turning the radio on, we're dancing

99 miles from L. A.

I want you, I need you, please be there

The windshield is covered with rain, I'm crying

Pressing my foot on the gas, I'm flying

Reading the signs on the road, I write you
Counting the telephone poles, I phone you

99 miles from L. A.
We're laughing, we're loving, please be there

The windshield is covered with rain, I'm crying
Pressing my foot on the gas, I'm flying

Keeping my eyes on the road, I see you

Keeping my hands on the wheel, I can hold you
99 miles from L. A.
I kiss you, I miss you, please be there



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