Runaway Karaoke Love and Theft

Karaoke Runaway Love and Theft

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It's been a long week
I've got a slow leak in my left front tire
I'm sick of where I work my boss is such a jerk don't care if I get fired
My back's about to break no money in the bank and she don't call me anymore
I'm down to my last drink it's time to sell my things
And pack my bags and never look back
Run a parallel line with the railroad tracks
And make my getaway
I'll put the pedal to the metal as the sun goes down
Leave everybody sleepin' in this sleepy town tonight
And at the break of day
I'll be a runaway yeah
A hundred miles in
I've got a stupid grin on my scruffy face
With every cigarette
I'm burnin' my regrets don't wanna leave a trace
And from my rear view
I've got a clear view of who I used to be
A little bit faster now don't wanna turn around
I'm gonna pack my bags and never look back
Run a parallel line with the railroad tracks and make my getaway
I'll put the pedal to the metal as the sun goes down
Leave everybody sleepin' in this sleepy town tonight
And at the break of day
I'll be a runaway
I'll be a runaway
It's crazy I know to count on this road to give me what I need
But with every state line somehow I find another part of me yeah
I'm gonna pack my bags and never look back
Run a parallel line with the railroad tracks and make my getaway
I'll put the pedal to the metal as the sun goes down
Leave everybody sleepin' in this sleepy town tonight
And at the break of day
I'll be a runaway
I'll be a runaway
I'll be a runaway

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