From the album Windows to Your Soul

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Vocals by Timari, Bob Lawrence, lead guitar and lyrics suggestions, Gary Edwards background vocals, Dan Smith recording engineer.

Lyrics

My Way Or The Highway

Verse 1
It was the night of the prom. I was a naive, young girl.
I lived in a fantasy world.
We had dinner at the nicest place in town,
The dance was a fantasy whirl.

We went for a drive and we parked by the lake,
the moon was shining bright enough.
But, after a couple of kisses the boy started getting a little rough.
He said what he wanted to do.

Chorus:
He said, “My way, or the highway.
Put out or get out of the car.”
My way, or the highway,
Go all the way or walk home in the dark.

Verse 2
I learned a lot about boys that night.
It was tough to take.
By the time that I walked into that driveway,
I felt my body ache.

So, the next time I went for a ride.
I grabbed the keys from his hand.
When the boy wanted more than I could give,
Here’s what I said to him.

Chorus:
I said, “My way or the highway.
Settle down or leave the car.
My way, or the highway.
Do it my way or walk home in the dark.

Verse 3
I learned a lesson that night at the prom.
A lesson that would last a lifetime.
When I have a difference of opinion with a man,
About what we call a good time.

I always stay on top, when the car starts to stop.
And I give him my new old line.

Chorus:
My way or the highway.
Settle down or leave the car.
My way, or the highway.
Do it my way or walk home in the...

My way or the highway.
Settle down or leave the car.
My way, or the highway.
Do it my way. Do it my way. Do it my way,
or walk home in the dark.

Copyright © 1998 by Gary A. Edwards
Gary A. Edwards and Bob Lawrence
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