Like I Roll

Album: Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (2011)
  • Got my daddy's car
    And his old guitar
    A suitcase full of broken hearts
    Got my momma's smile
    And her baby blue eyes
    I ain't got much
    But what I got's mine
    And I roll like I roll
    I roll like I roll

    I got an open road
    And a restless soul
    The Rolling Stones on the radio
    And I roll like I roll
    'Cause I roll like I roll

    I roll like the hills under the California sun
    Burn through the desert like a devil on the run
    I'll be flying high until the day that I die
    No matter what they say
    At the end of the day
    I will roll like I roll

    Well there's a lot a people gonna try to bring you down
    They got a lot of rules
    They gonna try to put you out
    I keep looking up
    In this world full of doubt
    I roll like I roll

    I roll like the hills under the California sun
    Burn through the desert like a devil on the run
    I'll be flying high until the day that I die
    No matter what they say
    At the end of the day
    I'm not gonna let it slip away
    'Cause I rather burn it up
    Than to let it fade

    I got an open road
    And a restless soul
    The Rolling Stones on the radio
    And I roll like I roll

    I roll through the hills of my own Kentucky home
    Back to the place where my heart belongs
    I'll be flying high until the day that I die
    No matter what they say
    At the end of the day
    I did it my way Writer/s: BENJAMIN DANIEL WELLS, CHRISTOPHER ROBERTSON, CHRISTOPHER BRYANT ROBERTSON, DAVE BASSETT, DAVE RICHARD BASSETT, JOHN FREDERICK YOUNG, JONATHAN MICHAEL LAWHON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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