I was born on a bus, they say going south
Lived at a truck stop I never knew
My mother never sensed how it's been my home
Two-lane block top, a super highway
Drive 'em all night and I drive 'em all day
Sometimes it seems like I'm going nowhere

Like a restless wind I keep moving on
And I can't seem to stay in one place too long

I'm a road man, I'm a road man
I'm a road man, yeah, yeah, come on

Well, after a while, it all looks the same
Same old town with a different name
Huh, that's why I keep moving on
Now if I have a dollar every mile I drove
You know I would be rich beyond words
Money ain't the only thing I'd want

Like a restless wind I keep moving on
And I can't seem to stay in one place too long

I'm a road man, I'm a road man, Lord
I'm a road man, yeah, yeah

Think of me when you hear the wind blow
I stick around but not too long
Hey baby, my middle name is, 'Gone'
I'm long gone, I'm a road man, ha

Born on a bus, they say, going south
Lived at a truck stop, I never knew
My mother never sensed how it's been my home

Restless wind keeps me moving on
And I can't seem to stay in one place too long

I'm a road man, I'm a road man
I'm a road man, yeah, yeah, come on

Shake me down loose, I'm a road man, Lord
Take me on a groove, I'm a road man, Lord
Shake me down loose, I'm a road man
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Shake me down loose, I'm a road man, Lord
Shake me on a groove, I'm a road man, Lord
Shake me down loose, I'm a road man
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
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Road Man Lyrics

Big House – Road Man Lyrics

Songwriters: KAFFINETTI EWER, WALKER, SCOTT HUTCHISON
Road Man lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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