How Far Do You Wanna Go?

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  • Well I bumped in to your best friend
    Said your talking
    And thinking of leaving
    Everything you've ever known

    How far do you wanna go?

    Spent the summer months
    Saving just enough
    Working fast food drive through
    For that old fastback fixer up

    How far do you wanna go?

    Are you looking for a little more
    Than this hold-you-down broken town
    Better leave now or you'll never know

    How far do you wanna go?

    I can be the one you can be mine too
    We can run away, disappear
    Get the hell out of here

    Tell me you'll come with me
    Tell me you'll run with me
    Tell me you love me
    How far do you wanna go?

    There's an open sky staring back at us
    And it's daring us to tear it up
    Bury that town in a cloud of dust
    How far do you wanna go?

    Are you looking for a little more
    Than this hold-you-down broken town
    Better leave now or you'll never know

    How far do you wanna go?

    I can be the one you can be mine too
    We can run away, disappear
    Get the hell out of here

    Tell me you'll come with me
    Tell me you'll run with me
    Tell me you love me
    How far do you wanna go?

    Bigger dreams came from smaller things baby
    Yeah maybe we are a little crazy
    But I see that look in your eye
    And I can tell your ready to roll
    I just need to know
    How far do you wanna go?

    Are you looking for a little more
    Than this hold-you-down broken town
    Better leave now or you'll never know

    How far do you wanna go?

    I can be the one you can be mine too
    We can run away, disappear
    Get the hell out here

    Tell me you'll come with me
    Tell me you'll run with me
    Tell me you love me
    How far do you wanna go? Writer/s: DANIEL WAYNE MYRICK, MATT MICHAEL II SERLETIC, JEFFREY STEELE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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