Wake up, crossed another state line Fed up, a hundred million miles to drive Yeah
I hope you'll be waitin' at the door With open arms like you did before So carry me through
You know I was born to roam I need you to help me along And I'm driving all night Going home
Tell me, tell me that you'll always be true Keep me going, tell me what to do To get back to you
You know I was born to roam I need you to help me along And I'm driving all night Going home, going home
Writer/s: JAY JOYCE, MARC BROUSSARD
Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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