Guest Observation: ‘On the Road Again’

A Tom Rush song for which I can’t find the lyrics online. If memory serves, it starts like this:

“Well, I locked my door as the sun went down
And I said goodbye to Boston town,
Took the Mass Turnpike down to Route 15,
That’ll take me on down to the New York scene.
Humming of the tires sure is pretty,
Think about the women in New York City,
On the road again.
Take the Harlem turn to the Jersey pike
And you roll through Philly in the middle of the night,
On the road again. …”

Me? I’m flying to the Midwest and then making stops along Lake Erie and points east. See you out there.

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