Thruway

by Jeremy James




There's nothing on the radio
On this lonely stretch of road
About halfway between Utica 
And the exit for Oswego

I've been driving all night long
I've been driving my life away
The rain is pouring on the windshield 
Tonight on the New York Thruway

And there's only 200 miles to go
Until I have to think about the money for the tolls

I don't think you know the strength
Of my love and how it motivates me
I don't think you understand how much I need your hands

And your face and your arms
And a goodnight kiss
And your smile and all your charms
Baby you are worth all of this

No distance could keep me at bay
No mountain would ever stand in my way
The ocean's breadth won't keep us apart
Nor all the things that we do or say
Tonight on the Thruway I am driving like my life depends
On the next time I see your face
So baby don't let this feeling end

They say that absence makes the heart grow strong
But I need some of your presence before too long

There's nothing on the radio
On this naked stretch of road
About halfway between Utica
And the exit for Oswego
I've been driving all night long
I feel like I drove my love away
The rain is pouring on the windshield
Tonight on the New York Thruway

Written by: Jeremy Routhier-James

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