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Paul Brandt – Leavin' lyrics

C'mon hurry, ain't no time for worrying
Gotta go-Move on
Just leave the lights on
Grab some clothes set those sights on that
4 lane road, I'm gone
In a truck, in a train, in a car, in a bus
Change my luck, can't stay, going far, in a rush
Got that getaway feeling
I'm Leavin'

Trust me, something better's gotta be right around this next turn
Gonna be just fine, toss the map, don't look behind, push that pedal down-burn

In a truck, in a train, in a car, in a bus
Change my luck, can't stay, going far, in a rush
Got that getaway feeling
I'm Leavin' Hey!
Here I go
Leavin' Ohhh
In a truck, in a train, in a car, in a bus
Change my luck, can't stay, going far, in a rush
White lines, exit signs, can't fly fast enough
Black top, rail way, spinning wheels
Don't stop
Got that getaway feeling
Got that getaway feeling
I'm Leavin'
I'm Leavin'
I'm Leavin'
Wheels don't stop
I'm Leavin' Hey!



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