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Highway 29 is a song interpreted by Bruce Springsteen, released on the album The Ghost Of Tom Joad in 1995.

Highway 29 lyrics

I slipped on her shoe, she was a perfect size 7
I said "there's no smokin' in the store ma'am"she crossed her legs and then
We made some small talk that's where it should have stopped
She slipped me her number, i put it in my pocket
My hand slipped up her skirt, everything slipped my mind
In that little roadhouse
On highway 29
It was a small town bank it was a mess
Well i had a gun you know the rest
Money on the floorboards, shirt was covered in blood
And she was cryin', her and me we headed south
On highway 29
In a little desert motel the air was hot and clean
I slept the sleep of the dead, i didn't dream
I woke in the morning, washed my face in the sink
We headed into the sierra madres 'cross the border line
The winter sun shot thru the black trees
I told myself it was all something in her
But as we drove i knew it was something in me
Something that had been comin' for a long time
And something that was here with me now
On highway 29
The road was filled with broken glass and gasoline
She wasn't sayin' nothin', it was just a dream
The wind was coming silent thru the windshield
All i could see was snow, sky and pines
I closed my eyes andwas runnin'
I was runnin' then i was flyin'

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