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Nothing Without Love
     
Woke up in a diesel driving Hwy-40 in Carolina .
Passing bars and strip joints and fields that go on for miles and miles.
From an old Ford wagon a little girl waves and she smiles.
Got my guitar in the backseat.
I'm feeling pretty high.
Radio's blaring a B-side
Just glad I caught a ride

Rooms for forty dollars on a billboard sign
Speed limit 65
Seems slower in my mind

And it don't mean nothing without love.
Hey, stop and let me out at exit 2-B.
I'll hitchhike down to the Sawmill,
'cause something has set me free.
I said something has set me free.

Down by Ridge Road exit, a trooper with blue lights
I'm drinking bitter coffee
so I can stay up all night.

Jump the highway guard rail and stop to watch the train
I'm stretching out my arms
so I can catch the falling rain.

And it don't mean nothing without love.
Hey, stop and let me out at exit 2-B.
I'll hitchhike down to the Sawmill,
'cause something has set me free.
I said something has set me free.

There's the old church steeple, the rusty old school yard
Creek of childhood memories
Corner store and grocery cart

Hard pavement of driveway, six steps to the side door
Underneath her pine trees
I'll always return for more.

And it don't mean nothing without love.
Hey, stop and let me out at exit 2-B.
I'll hitchhike down to the Sawmill,
'cause something has set me free.
I said something has set me free.
Something has set me free.
I said something has set me free.

And it don't mean nothing without love .
Hey, stop and let me out at exit 2-B.
I'll hitch hike down to the Sawmill,
'cause something has set me free.
I said something has set me free.

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