Born in a High Wind
Broke down in a one horse town Tryin' to get the money up to get a ride I spent four days and a week's pay Tryin' to figure out how to get away and leave it behind Before I loose my mind You know I can't wait to hit the interstate Put the peddle down and open up the gate I was born in a high high wind I've been blowin' around ever since I had good job punchin' the clock Making fourteen and a quarter in the union shop I liked the pay, but I couldn't stay I heard that highway callin' and I had to get away Ain't no roots On these cowboy boots One night I took a ride And watched the city limits fading out of sight I was born in a high high wind I've been blowin' around ever since I travel light, rollin' through the night Got my top down, got my engine right I was born in a high high wind I've been blowin' around ever since [Repeat]
Written by: WALT ALDRIDGE, GARY BAKER, SUSAN LONGACRE
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