Long, Long Run

from by Kerri Lowe

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lyrics

I was running in the rain
I was running through the pain
Of those awful nights so dark and lonely
I can’t find no one to hold me
Someone who will stick it out and say
You’ll be mine someday


I was running past your door
I was running my legs so sore
That stairs became my mountain ranges
Concrete blocks and lofted spaces
The locks that we may never leave undone
On a long, long run


And oh, Here we go
And oh, Don’t it show
That feeling free is so contagious
The one idea it seems will save us
That keeps us moving,
Keeps us keeping on
On a long, long run


I was running in the sun
I was running, but I never won
No race to see who speaks the fastest,
Honest words move like molasses
I can promise everything will change
We’ll be fine someday


And oh, Here we go
And oh, Don’t it show
That feeling free is so contagious
The one idea it seems will save us
That keeps us moving,
Keeps us keeping on
On a long, long run


On a long, long run
On a long, long run
On a long, long run


I was running somewhere far
I was running, passing cars
Parked on the street patiently waiting
Engine purrs like someone saying
Your road is paved and your journey’s just begun
On a long, long run
On a long, long run
On a long, long run

credits

from Don't Turn Away, released October 22, 2013
Guitar, Vocals, Banjo: Kerri Lowe
Percussion, Bass, Other Instruments: Charlie Van Kirk

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Kerri Lowe Brooklyn, New York

Kerri Lowe is a dark-haired, dark-eyed, dark-minded singer/songwriter from North Carolina. At least, that's what you'll get at first glance. Stick around a little longer and you'll see a bright-eyed dreamer with a big voice and an even bigger heart.

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