Album: Tonight's the Night (1975)
  • Well, they say that Santa Fe
    Is less than ninety miles away
    And I got time to roll a number and rent a car
    Oh, Albuquerque

    I've been flyin' down the road
    And I've been starvin' to be alone
    And independent from the scene that I've known

    So I'll stop when I can
    Find some fried eggs and country ham
    I'll find somewhere
    Where they don't care who I am
    Oh, Albuquerque
    Albuquerque Writer/s: Neil Young
    Publisher: Silver Fiddle
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