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Written by: Jonathan David Goodwin

Lyrics

Something in the way you move
It shines overhead in June
Something in the way I feel every time I take the stage
Singing songs, drinking beers with my friends
Beneath the neon lights the party never ends

Something in the way her eyes
They’re like a sweet, soft lullaby
Her face is like a dream
Wish I could stay but one day I’ll have to leave
Tonight, I’d love to have your company
Let’s make the most of these moments
You and me
I wish it didn’t have to be this way
I wish I could have been the one you loved
But when I hear that highway call my name
I’ll be gone before the first light of the sun
Like a lonesome troubadour in the night
I was born to ramble on
Here we go

So long, farewell
Until we meet again
Next time we’re in town let’s have a drink with all our friends
To the girl I’ll be forever grateful to
We had ourselves a good time
Laughin’, drinkin’ boxed wine
Singin’ and howlin’ at the moon
I’ll see you again, my dear, in June

Well, I wish it didn’t have to be this way
I wish I could have been the one you loved
But when I hear that highway call my name
I’ll be gone before the first light of the sun
Like a lonesome troubadour in the night
A lonesome troubadour in the night
A lonesome troubadour in the night
A lonely troubadour in the night
I was born to ramble on