The Low Highway
Steve Earle - The Low Highway
Travelin' now on the low highway, three thousand miles to the Frisco Bay
Across the rivers wild and the lonesome plains
Up the coast and down and back again
Through the broken windows of the factories
F C Am C
Pickin' bones of a better day as I roll down the low highway
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Travelin' now on the low highway by the yellow moon and the light of day
Snow white crown of the mountain tall
To the valley down where the shadows fall
Met a man with a rifle in his hand
Been away to battle in a distant land
Taught him to hate taught him to kill
Now he's out on the road with a hole to fill
Nobody knows the price he paid
Am C G/B
So he's taken his toll on the low highway
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Travelin' now on the low highway, windows down, listenin'
Wheels turnin' round on the asphalt sayin'
Every sound is a prophecy
Heard an old man grumble and a young girl cry
Brick wall crumble, white dove fly
The call for justice and the cry for peace
And the voice of reason and the roar of the beast
F C Am C
And every mile was a prayer I prayed as I rolled down the low highway
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