Halfway To Virginia Testo

Testo Halfway To Virginia

May your god go with you, may your road be right the singer's story came and passed sway into the night just another signal, found and lost again staring down fortune, in the high beams around the bend build a ship of dreams of borrowed wood and nails hold tight to the wheel when you hear the brakes fail and Highway 64 is a diamond in time and I'm halfway to Virginia when I cross the Indiana line take my life and measure it in scales take the miles, the sunshine and hail I've seen roans and mares runnin' in open fields bought and sold mainstreets, never knowing how to heal last thing I heard, "don't show yourself in this town again" and the hardness I carry, says the leavin' never ends