Go Wherever You Wanna Go

Album: American Kid (2013)
  • You can go wherever you wanna go
    Go wherever you wanna go
    Fly up to the moon and say hello now
    You can go wherever you wanna go

    You don't ever have to go to war no more
    Never have to go to war no more
    Wear them boots and swim that icy shore now
    You don't ever have to go to war no more

    You can get up on some sunny day and run
    Run a hundred miles just for fun now
    Heartaches and yesterdays don't weigh a ton now
    You can get up on some sunny day and run

    You don't ever have to pay the bills no more
    Break a sweat or walk a worried floor now
    Working like a dog ain't what you're for now
    You don't ever have to pay the bills no more

    You can go wherever you wanna go
    You can go wherever you wanna go
    Go to where the time's wound all the way down
    Put a penny on the track and wait for train sounds
    Tell your mama you're coming back before the sun's down
    You can go wherever you wanna go Writer/s: PATRICIA J. GRIFFIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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