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Travelin’ now
On the low highway
Three thousand miles
To the Frisco Bay

Cross the rivers wild
And the lonesome plains
Up the coast and down
Tied down against the tracks
Screamin' in silent black and white
You trust us
We are such villains
We will tell ourselves anything we want
Tied down against the tracks
Screamin' in silent black and white
You trust us
We are such villains
We will tell ourselves anything we want
[8B] We some presidential players, with money by the layers
[8B] Ain't nuthin you broke ass niggaz do that can fade us
[TS] I won't stop rappin, I
Hung by the old field
The night in his eyes
And the road by his side

He's trying to show me
Who's alive in both cities
Barely on fire

and white

Someone handed me a cigarette
They offered me my last request
I asked my moral soul be blessed
By someone close to me

I came to him with
to ya real nigga, take it how ya want

Yo, These are the do's and these are the don'ts
I'll give it to ya real nigga, take it how ya want
Live life by
goes by too fast
It'll take you anywhere you want to go
And every memory will bring you back

Down this road there's a small white church
Cold wind ripping down the alley at dawn
And the morning paper flies
Dead man lying by the side of the road
With the daylight in his eyes

Don't let
Follow the typical signs, the hand-painted lines, down prairie roads. 
Pass the lone church spire. 
Pass the talking wire from where to who knows?
I watch these woods at night
On lonely roads at night
I wait in vain for the spirit train 

On a windy hill, by a mossy stone
I stand alone
used, it is plain
For the politician's gain
As he rises to fame
And the poor white remains
On the caboose of the train
But it ain't him to blame
got more than the blacks, don't complain
You're better than them, you been born with white skin," they explain
And the Negro's name
Is used, it is plain
Fat boy
No ceilings
Fat boy

Rock star lifestyle might not make it,
President got him in the White house naked,
Look at the clock and it says
shine again
Down that road tonight

Remember all the songs that we used to know
Dancin' in the dark to the radio
Lost in the rythmn, kickin' up some
Shake em up wake em up

Might seem just kind of strange might seem just kind of plain
So When u see me all you see white ts and wallet chains
But when
and miles
It’s as empty as a great plains Conoco

I see you standing tall and kinda squintin
In a field outside of White Sulphur Springs
Don’t need
I only wanted you

Never cared much for careless love
Oh, how your bright eyes glow
Way down, down along lazy river road
Way down, down along lazy

Sometimes a shadow dark and cold 
Lays like a mist across the road 
But be encouraged by the sight 
Where there's a shadow, there's a light
I'm up on the wagon I'm a hell of a saint
But I'll be damned if there ain't another town to paint
Just down the road man it's a game that I can't win
closed down, like most of the town
And it won’t be open again

And the big white car, sits out in the yard
Of the house he built solid and true
Oh, but I
From marching down freedom's road. 

Ought to be plain as the nose on your face,
There's room in this plan for every race,
Some folk think that
the road
And gaze at the womb of the valley,
Almost wishing for a path down below,
Where we stopped in the hills of west virginia.

Up and down and all
a path straight and narrow
On every crooked road we travel down

And I'm checking out the road signs
Highway hotels
And their air-conditioned cable-ready
White are the far-off plains, 
And white the fading forests grow;
The wind dies out along the height
And denser still the snow,
A gathering weight