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Leif Vollebekk - Off the Main Drag Lyrics

  • Old gas station hasn’t changed in decades
  • Cashier checks the time around her
  • put my things on the counter
  • Pull out my wallet like some pull down the shades
  • My only brother lent me his only car
  • who knew I would drive it so far
  • Sometimes you move out of some obligations
  • It was gorgeous on the outside, inside it was just a machine
  • it was the fastest thing I’ve ever seen
  • I first met Victoria at Victoria station
  • We’d always talked about going for a beer
  • She said, “It’s strange now that you’re here.”
  • We went back to her place, 57th we’d cross it
  • She’s as poor as me but she looks twice as good
  • I told her that because it’s something I would
  • She shrugged a little and she turned off the fauset
  • And later on as we were crawling into bed
  • I was thinking on something my father had said
  • He said, “You’re better off, off of the main drag.”
  • with my well-worn body wrenched like a rag
  • There I was, straight off the main drag

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