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Road Angel Lyrics

from What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits

"Road Angel" is track #2 on the album What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits. It was written by Hossack, Michael Joseph/hartman, John Thomas/porter, Tiran C./simmons, Pat/johnston, Tom.
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I was ridin' down that highway
Silver Harley by my side
When I thought I saw my lady
She was headed for the Berkely Hill
Pistol on her hip in case she needed a thrill

I don't believe it
Don't believe a word
I don't believe it
Don't believe a word

I said come on with me baby
Don't you want to ride with me
She put her hand into her bag, now
Pulled out a half pint of red eye sauce
Sneakin' 'round the corner, drinkin' whiskey from a jar

I don't believe it
Don't believe a word
I don't believe it
Don't believe a word

Songwriters
HOSSACK, MICHAEL JOSEPH/HARTMAN, JOHN THOMAS/PORTER, TIRAN C./SIMMONS, PAT/JOHNSTON, TOM

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