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So many roads, so many trains to ride 
So many roads, so many trains to ride 
I've got to find my baby, 'fore I'll be satisfied 

I was standin'
So many roads, so many trains to ride 
So many roads, so many trains to ride 
I've got to find my baby, 'fore I'll be satisfied 

I was standin'
your gears

She'll get your heart, goin' fast
Then she'll let you run out of gas
So spinout...spinout
The road to love is full of, danger signs
to tell wrong from right
And our choices they was few so the thought never hit
That the one road we traveled would ever shatter and split

How many a year
a
responsive chord in many America women waiting, like Peggy, for their guys
to come home."

Waitin' for the train to come in
Waitin' for my man to come home
But not near as good

As flyin' down a back road
With some buddies from back home
A splash of Jack in my Coke
Catchin' bream on a Zebco
Spottin' deer in
of a friend 
(of a friend of a friend of a friend)
He's been burned so many times he's scared to try again
He's chain-smoking Camels, while I sip decaf tea
Every rock band has this guy
Not many people really know why
He's got a cell phone and a backstage pass
He's got a big gut and a big fat ass
He's
hearts alright 
And I think that I could find my way if I could find my way to you 
So many pathways I have roamed 
Will I ever feel at home? 
So many
You're the lucky one so I've been told 
As free as the wind blowing down the road 
Loved by many, hated by none 
I'd say you were lucky 'cause
The guys who are shaving and the chicks with make up
The guy behind me in the rear view mirror
Following so close I can see his nose hairs
The moron
Jesse James was a man
And he killed many men
He robbed the Glendale train
And he took from the richer
And he gave that to the poorer
He'd a hand
Jesse James was a man
And he killed many men
He robbed the Glendale train
And he took from the richer
And he gave that to the poorer
He'd a hand
Boat on the Charles
Train on a spur down by the riverside
The door's open wide
Planes in a line just seven miles away

They leave every day
I'm not a very nice guy
I've made so many women cry
And I know I am alone
And that's the way its meant to be
I've been cruel, I've played
you can trick and you can train
Just look at all those poor dogs that are dragged down by the Seine
How many arrows must I shoot into the blue?
Ah,
Thought you was a tough guy? (BOOM!)
When I put one right in ya head, now tell me what you think you is now
(A top dollar biller, a Rottweiler, a killer)
So I packed my bags
Brushed my cap
Walked out into the world
Seventeen years old
Never kissed a girl
Took the train to Voronezh
That was as far
strong men's necks when he'd had too many pours
So sad to see the grieving and the people that I'm leaving
And he took the road for god knows in
Or either move white, there's few writers in my cipher,
So they made lighter, my type a dreams seem dumb
They said wise up, how many guys a 
You see making
reefer,
Or either move white, there's few writers in my cipher,
So they made lighter, my type a dreams seem dumb
They said wise up, how many guys a 
you
broke strong men's necks
When he'd had too many powers
So sad to see the grieving of the people that he's leaving
And he took the road for god knows in
broke strong men's necks
When he'd had too many powers
So sad to see the grieving of the people that he's leaving
And he took the road for god knows in
The easy way
So why don't you take it a little easy on me now?

Out on the road
I had so many questions
I thought I would explode
Just for some
Now as the wheel of life turns faster
Now as the seasons seem to fly
I see so many things at last, but didn't see the time go by

I've known