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(Tom Shapiro/Chris Waters/Terri Clark)

There's a place I'm going to
Where I'll be over you
And I'm gonna go
'Til I get there
Long as the road don't run out
Long as my heart don't let me down
I'll keep the wheels turning 'round
'Til I get there

I don't know when
I don't know how
But I'm finding my freedom
And that's somewhere I've never gone
Through these tears
I see now
It's gonna take leavin'
For me to know where I belong

There's a place I'm going to
Where I'll be over you
And I'm gonna go
'Til I get there
Long as the road don't run out
Long as my heart don't let me down
I'll keep the wheels turning 'round
'Til I get there

It's just beyond the edge of my sorrow
I'll turn the key and I'll be on my way
With the help of my old friend tomorrow
I'm gonna put a million miles on yesterday

There's a place I'm going to
Where I'll be over you
And I'm gonna go
'Til I get there
Long as the road don't run out
Long as my heart don't let me down
I'll keep the wheels turning 'round
'Til I get there



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