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I stood there waiting as you drove by, sad but true
All the years that we've been friends, shame on you
Now times are rough when you're not around
And I wish you well with the new life you've found
But someday, baby, I'll see you on the road down

In times of trouble it's easy to turn and walk away
Life is too tough, guess, it's too much for you to stay
I guess, it's safe to say I'll be around
It'll sure be hard to stay in the same town
But someday, baby, I'll see you on the road down

On the road down, I'll see you
Should you decide, he's not the one
On the road down, believe me
If you change your mind, I'll be here for you

Promises, promises out the door, I guess, you've lost faith
Well, I've tried and I've tried to get you to stay with no saving grace
I hope that things will turn around
If you're not happy with the new love you've found
But someday, baby, I'll see you on the road down

On the road down, I'll see you
Should you decide, he's not the one
On the road down, believe me
If you change your mind

On the road down, I'll see you
Should you decide, he's not the one
On the road down, believe me
If you change you're mind, I'll be here for you

Call me anytime of day, it's all right
I'll be waiting by the phone if you need me, baby, it's all right, hey, hey



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