Album: Grey Ghost (1979)
Charted: 107
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  • She's gone and you're alone
    With a heartache of your own
    I wouldn't say she tried to do
    The things I know you wanted her to do
    Just for you

    Because all of the angels in hell couldn't stop her runnin'
    And looking back you could see she was foolin' you
    Foolin' you

    Well, highway in her soul
    She was born to rock and roll
    Racing, flying through the night
    Run away until the morning light
    It's all right

    Because all of the angels in hell couldn't stop her runnin'
    And looking back you could see she was foolin' you
    Foolin' you

    High above the others she's the one that shines
    Her heart belongs to no one, she never will be mine

    Because all of the angels in hell couldn't stop her runnin'
    And looking back you could see she was foolin' you
    Foolin' you


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