Wheels Rollin'

Album: Night Train (2012)
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  • Counting the lines on a highway road
    Mile one by one
    Flying through the midnight rain
    Like a bullet from a gun

    I lay down but I can't sleep
    cause I still feel the band
    Still on a high from the crowd in the lights
    with a cold one in my hand

    Singing
    Here I go, down this road
    Another town, another state
    I wouldn't have it any other way
    All I want, is to sing my songs
    Hearing that crowd, keeps me going
    Guitars rocking, wheels rolling

    I step up, the lights go down
    I hear that first chord ring
    It's where I go to lose myself
    Forget about everything

    It's my home away from home
    Hanging with my friends
    It's a crazy life, but every night
    I get to do it again and again and again

    Here I go, down this road
    Another town, another state
    I wouldn't have it any other way
    All I want, is to sing my songs
    Hearing that crowd, keeps me going
    Guitars rocking, wheels rolling

    Here I go, down this road
    Another town, another state
    I wouldn't have it any other way
    All I want, is to sing my songs
    Hearing that crowd, keeps me going
    Guitars rocking, wheels rolling

    Here I go
    On down this road
    Don't you know
    I wouldn't have it any other way Writer/s: HILLARY LEE LINDSEY, NEIL THRASHER, WENDELL MOBLEY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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