As I drove across on the highway My jeep began to rock I didn't know what to do so I stopped and got out And looked down and noticed I got a flat
So I walked out, parked the car like sideways So I can find what I can fix I looked around there were no cars on the highway I felt a strange feeling like a mist
I walked down towards the end of the road And in the fog a woman appeared She said don't you worry my friend I'll take care Take my hand, I'll take you there
Oh Take me to a place without no name Take me to a place without no name Take me to a place without no name Take me to a place without no name
As she took me right through the fog I see a beautiful city appear Where kids are playin' and people are laughin' and smiling and Nothing to fear fear
She said this is the place where no people have pain With love and happiness She turned around looked down at my eyes and started cryin' She grabbed my hand, you got a friend
Oh Take me to a place without no name Yeah
She started likin' me kissin' me and huggin' me She didn't really, really want me to leave She showed me places I've never seen things I've never done This really looks like a lotta fun
I seen the grass and the sky and the birds And the flowers surrounded by the trees This place is filled with love and happiness How in the world could I wanna leave
So then I went in my pocket took my wallet on out With my pictures of my family and girl This is the place that you choose to be with me When you thought you could be in another world
Oh Take me to a place without no name La la la A place without no name La la la
A place without no name (La, la, la)
Writer/s: DENNY BUNNELL, ELLIOT STRAITE, MICHAEL JACKSON
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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