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Ninety five, down the interstate
Mile high on a jet plane
Desert road or a downtown train
It's all the same, I can't outrun you

I can move to another town
Where nobody'd ask where you are now
La or Mexico
No matter where I go I can't outrun you

You're in my heart, you're in my mind
Everywhere ahead, everywhere behind
Every turn I take you're right around the bend

It's like your ghost is chasing me
When I'm awake, when I'm asleep
There's a part of you in every part of me
And I can't outrun you, I can't outrun you

I've had a chance with a girl or two
But all I ever saw was you
Holdin' my hand, kissin' my face
I guess some memories never fade

You're in my heart, you're in my mind
Everywhere ahead, everywhere behind
Every turn I take you're right around the bend

It's like your ghost is chasing me
When I'm awake, when I'm asleep
There's a part of you in every part of me
And I can't outrun you, no I can't outrun you, no, no

I thought there might just come a time
I wouldn't regret tellin' you goodbye
But lookin' back I should'a realized
I can't outrun you, I can't outrun you, I can't outrun you



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