Rolliní Away
 
  JERRY BROWNING  

 ..FOLLOWING SEAS   

 

Rolliní Away
 

out on highway sixty-six
ridiní thru the crack oí dawn
sound of the tires humminí
play rhythm with a country song
iím rolliní away
rolliní away
rolliní away again
hope she knows iíve gone to stay
iím rolliní away again
hello sunshine
and wide open spaces
forget the bad times
and the love that iíve wasted

another tank of gasoline
put the tee-top in the trunk
feel happy as that hound dog
in the bed of that pick-up truck
iím rolliní away
rolliní away
rolliní away again
donít care what the old folks say
iím rolliní away again
hello blue skies
and wide open spaces
findiní paradise
in the pretty girlís faces

full moon on the desert sand
sends tingles down my spine
fills the whole horizon
shrinkiní as it climbs
iím rolliní away
rolliní away
rolliní away again
wish i could save this moment
share it with my friends
hello starlight
and wide open spaces
findiní peace oí mind
in the strangest of places

out on highway sixty-sixÖ

Houston, Texas Ď84



Intro Image - "Writing Hands" by  jggy
Empact Image -
"Desert Moon" from VisualParadox.com 

Play "Rollin' Away" sang by Jerry Browning

Jerry Browning  - Poet, Songwriter
Iowa, United States

Jerry has been writing poetry and songs since 1977.  If you're a musician and would like to do a rendition of this or another song, feel free to do so and contact him at the link below

 Jerry.Browning@gmail.com

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