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I'm a Lonesome Fugitive

This song is by The Browns and appears on the album The Browns Sing The Big Ones From The Country (1967) and on the compilation album The Three Bells (1993).

Down every road there's always one more city
I'm on the run, the highway is my home.

I raised a lot of cane back in my younger days
While Mama used to pray my crops would fail
Now, I'm a hunted fugitive with just two ways
Outrun the law or spend my life in jail.

I'd like to settle down but they won't let me
A fugitive must be a rolling stone
Down every road there's always one more city
I'm on the run, the highway is my home.

I'm lonely but I can't afford the luxury
Of having one I love to come along
She'd only slow me down and they'd catch up with me
For he who travels fastest, goes alone.

I'd like to settle down but they won't let me
A fugitive must be a rolling stone
Down every road there's always one more city
I'm on the run, the highway is my home.

I'm on the run, the highway is my home...

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