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This song is by Robert Plant and appears on the album Pictures At Eleven (1982).

Had to leave in a hurry, couldn't wait to get away
It's not a case of being sorry, it's the price I have to pay
And confidentially, I think it's sad but there's nothing I can do
If the road leads to the highway, well, I'm hot and I've got to move

Ah-ha, I've got to move

Got to change my arrangements, heard the word, I'm on my way
I couldn't stand it much longer, got to move, I'm on my way
I didn't mean to let you down but there's nothing I can do
If the road leads to the highway, well, I'm hot and I've got to move

I'm hot and I've got to move

Talk of strain in relations, of the days of being confused
You told me, "Never to worry, I'll never ask you to choose"
Categorically, I have to say, it's as much as I can do
To sit around here waiting, when I'm hot and I've got to move

Oh, sometimes it's lonely
Oh, but it's the only way I know and the road is leading me on

Ooh baby, I've got to move, yes
Ooh, now baby-baby, I've got to leave

And when I think back, I smile and know that
Win or lose, it's the road that's calling me on

Ooh, baby-baby, I've got to move, yes
Ooh, baby-baby, I've got to move, yeah

There's a man in a suitcase standing in a darkened room
Message light is burning and the blinds are always drawn
It's been a while since the last time, never should come back too soon
Behind, the door is slamming, when he's hot he's got to move

When he's hot he's got to move
Yes, he's got to move

Yes, it's lonely, yeah
Sometimes it's lonely, yeah

That's right, yes, that's right, yes that's right

Ooh, yes, you know it's right, you know it's right
You know it's right, you know it's right

Credits

Written by:

Robbie Blunt, Robert Plant

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