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Lyrics by: Bob Seger
# Debut Chart
15 Jan '83 Mainstream Rock
27 May '83 Hot 100


Took a look down a westbound road Right away I made my choice Headed out to my big two-wheeler I was tired of my own voice

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Took a bead on the northern plains And just rolled that power on Twelve hours out of Mackinaw City Stopped in a bar to have a brew Met a girl and we had a few drinks And I told her what I'd decided to do She looked out the window A long, long moment Then she looked into my eyes She didn't have to say a thing I knew what she was thinking Roll, roll me away Won't you roll Me away tonight I, too am lost I feel double-crossed And I'm sick of what's Wrong and what's right We never even said a word We just walked out And got on that bike And we rolled and we Rolled clean out of sight We rolled across the high plains Deep into the mountains Felt so good to me Finally feeling free Somewhere along a high road The air began to turn cold She said she missed her home I headed on alone, ohh Stood alone on a mountain top Staring out at the great divide I could go east, I could go west It was all up to me to decide Just then I saw A young hawk flying And my soul began to rise And pretty soon My heart was singing Roll, roll me away I'm gonna roll me Away tonight Gotta keep rolling Gotta keep riding Keep searching 'til I find what's right And as the sunset faded I spoke to the Faintest first starlight And I said Next time, next time We'll get it right Roll me away Roll me away Tonight Roll me away


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