Superhighways, coast to coast, easy to get anywhere On the transcontinental overload, just slide behind the wheel How does it feel when there's no destination that's too far? And somewhere on the way you might find out who you are, ooo
Living in America Eye to eye, station to station Living in America Hand in hand, across the nation Living in America I got to have a celebration, rock my soul, huh, aw, huh
Smokestack, fatback, many miles of railroad track All night radio keep on runnin' through your rock 'n' roll soul All night diners keep you awake on black coffee and a hard roll, woo You might have to walk a fine line, say it, you might take a hard line But everybody's workin' overtime
Living in America, unh Eye to eye, station to station Living in America Hand in hand, across the nation Living in America I got to have a celebration, oh
I live in America Said, I live in America Wait a minute
You may not be lookin' for the promised land But you might find it anyway Under one of those old familiar names like New Orleans, Detroit City, Dallas Pittsburgh P.A, New York City Kansas City, Atlanta, Chicago and L. A.
Living in America Hit me Living in America, yeah Living in America
I live in America Not yet I live in America, hey I know what it means, I
Living in America Eddie Murphy eat your heart out
To the bridge, eh
Living in America Hit me, I said now, eye to eye, station to station Living in America Oh, so nice with your bad self Living in America Whoah, I feel good
Writer/s: CHARLES KAUFMAN, CHARLIE MIDNIGHT, DAN HARTMAN
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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