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  1. Share The Road

From the album Tuna Month OCTOBER 2018

Lyrics

They met on Highway 48.
She was alone and he was late
to find nepenthe for the sorrow in his brain.
She thought she saw something inside
Him when he offered her a ride.
Besides, the summer heat became a summer rain.
He said, “The cab is kind of crowded,
And I’m sure it’s not allowed,
but they won’t know if I had comp’ny for a while.”
So they made small talk headed down,
And he began to clown around.
And she said, “You look like a stranger to that smile.”

The sun set just before the moon,
They saw fit to share a room,
and they made love as it had never been before
And then the hours became the days,
And soon the weeks passed fast away,
and all the while it only left them wanting more.
She said, “My whole life it’s been me.
That’s all I wanted it to be,
but now somehow, I think I’m wond’ring if it’s true.
And he said, “That ain’t no surprise,
‘Cause when I look into your eyes,
I find the only thing I want is more of you.”

Chorus
Oh, share the road. Won’t you share the road with me?
Oh, won’t you share the road? Won’t you share the road with me?
Oh, won’t you share the road? Won’t you share the road with me?
Yeah, won’t you share the road? Won’t you share the road with me?


He told her, “I know love is true,
Because I shared it here with you,
and now how it haunts me.
The only thing that I can’t see
Is you attracted after me,
and so it taunts me.
And she said, “Yeah, well that’s OK
Because it always goes that way,
and it’s the brightest light that makes the rest seem night.
So why not open up your eyes?
You’d be surprised at all the times
when I survived, and everything turned out alright.


Chorus