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Reo Speedwagon – Movin' lyrics

I was sittin' with the sun, meltin' into the horizon
High in the hills, up above topanga canyon
And I've never been to any other place that made me feel more like movin'
Made me feel like movin'.

Stopped into a shop where I met a young lady
She thought I ought to move, she said livin' here could save me
Oh and I've never been with any other girl who made me feel more like movin'
She made me feel just like movin'.

But I used to wonder why people got so excited
About movin' to california
I've only been here a week but I've been enlightened
To a whole new way of life
And it makes me feel just like movin'.

I was sittin' with the sun, meltin' into the horizon
High in the hills, up above topanga canyon
And I've never been to any other place that made me feel more like movin'
Made me feel like movin'.

But I used to wonder why people got so excited
About movin' to california
I've only been here a week but I've been enlightened
To a whole new way of life
And it makes me feel just like movin'.



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