Highway Drivin'

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Highway Driving

Would it be different now if I would say to you / I'm comin back to town and want nothing else but you / Would you leave right then, walk off into the blue / Or would you wait around to hear me til I'm thru

I don't know how much that I deserve your time / But I'm packing up and selling out and wishing you were mine

Funny how time can dim a memory so severe / Can't hear the late night calls or envision any tears / Can't feel the depression or the heartworm joyful cheer / The silence has settled after a few long years

I don't know how long I can wait around this old world / But I'm back in town and I'm down the street and standing at your door

The only shift in me is sitting in the sink / I'm blacked out giddy like a whirling falling leaf / I'm laughing loudly spilling drinks all on my shirt / I'm waking up with my face down in the dirt

I don't know how long I can wait around this old world / But I'm back in town and im down the street and standing at your door

A change in scenery is good for me I think / Speed the rivers up and drop a few degrees / Lift the land to tower up over the east / And all that wind might give me a chance to breathe

But all this half assed waiting’s got me pacing round the floor / But I'm highway driving with the window down / I don't think I need much more

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from Adult Contemporary, released April 20, 2017

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