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(John Hadley - Kevin Welch)
Reno and me hit the freeway south out of town on a run
Reno was driving he asked me to roll him one
I turned on the radio found us some sweet Emmylou
I sang the harmony low down and out of key
Reno just howled at the moon.
Somewhere outside Kansas City on the highway that leads to Cheyenne
The radio quit on a song by a Mexican band
Well, I guess we were lost in thoughts of brown skin girls
Took a couple wrong turns in a row
Reno and me we just laughed
We agreed it don't matter which way you go.
It don't matter which way you go
When you're callin' the highway your home
When every old town's just your past burning down
It don't matter which way you go.
All of our old friends got married do all their business in town
Climbing a ladder that leads to a hole in the ground
Reno and me we talked it all out
And one thing that we'll never know
What's the point of a race where you stay in one place
Believing there's somewhere to go.
It don't matter which way you go
When you're callin' the highway your home
When every old town's just your past burning down
It don't matter which way you go.
It don't matter which way you go
When you're callin' the highway your home
When every old town's just your past burning down
It don't matter which way you go...



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