Road to Happiness
by Cam

Album: not included on an album (2018)
  • Be careful who you hang around
    Beliefs are sticky things
    Stick on your shoes and on your soul
    Rearrange your dreams
    Get so good at climbin' you stop askin' where it leads
    On this road to happiness

    Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh yeah
    It's the wild unknown
    It's a ball-and-chain
    It's a no-end destination
    We keep drivin' anyway
    Is the future that we're chasin'
    Worth the right-nows that we miss
    On this road to happiness?

    I'm takin' time to ask myself
    Just where I wanna be
    Does the flower growin' in the ground
    Worry just like me
    Or does he love the sun so much
    That he don't mind the weeds
    On this road to happiness?

    It's the wild unknown
    It's a ball-and-chain
    It's a no end destination
    We keep drivin' anyway
    Is the future that we're chasin'
    Worth the right-nows that we miss
    On this road to happiness?

    Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
    Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh yeah yea yea

    Be careful who you hang around
    Beliefs are sticky things

    It's the wild unknown
    It's a ball-and-chain
    It's a no end destination
    We keep drivin' anyway
    Is the future that we're chasin'
    Worth the right-nows that we miss
    On this road to happiness?
    On this road to happiness Writer/s: Camaron Ochs, Hillary Lee Lindsey, Tyler Sam Johnson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, CYPMP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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