Like I Roll

Album: Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (2011)
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Songfacts®:

  • This track pays tribute to the free-spirited life of living on the road, whether it be a trucker driving an 18-wheeler or a rock band on a world tour. "The song is a reminder that no matter what you have to do, do it your way," said lead vocalist Chris Robertson. "And if no one supports you, at least you took that opportunity."

    Added rhythm guitarist Ben Wells, "It's about people who travel from city to city and love every single minute of it. It's the life we live when we're on the road."

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