Bill Tate – Morning Is A Virgin Road lyrics

Semis pulling through the streets airplanes overhead
City parks alleys each night a different bed
But I can sing I can laugh and when the bottle’s dry
I head out to the highway there I get a ride
Morning is a virgin road
Lantern shining on the dew
Light the way as I walk on
To the arms where I belong
Light the way as I walk on to You
Prairie rolling in the wind farmers plowing fields
Small cafes truck stops where is my next meal
Faceless travelers pass me by bound for their home
While I sleep at the terminal tired and all alone
Morning is a virgin road
Lantern shining on the dew
Light the way as I walk on
To the arms where I belong
Light the way as I walk on to You
There’s some that gives to me their hand guess they feel it too
But it ain’t really all that bad I live as I choose
One wish and would I ask for family and home
I tell you it looks awfully good but friend the seeds are sown
Morning is a virgin road
Lantern shining on the dew
Light the way as I walk on
To the arms where I belong
Light the way as I walk on to You
Light the way as I walk on
To the arms where I belong
Light the way as I walk on to You

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