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Road Trip
© 2016, John Gerard Macchietto

Verse 1:
Driving down the highway on a road trip
Adventure seems to take me with a firm grip
Routine is just a rival I can cope with
As long as I can get to take my road trip.

Chorus 1:
Driving is my freedom
Exploring America's so awesome
The road and I have a kinship
It's why I need my road trip.

(Bridge)

Verse 2:
Driving down the highway on a road trip
I enjoy the land and feel amazement
The road and I have something of a friendship
I love to drive the highway on a road trip.

Chorus 2:
America leaves me speechless
Its beauty - deep and endless
The road and I have a kinship
It's why I need my road trip.

(Bridge)
(Instrumental)

Chorus 1:
Driving is my freedom
Exploring America's so awesome
The road and I have a kinship
It's why I need my road trip.

(Extended Bridge)

Chorus 1:
Driving is my freedom
Exploring America's so awesome
The road and I have a kinship
It's why I need my road trip.

Chorus 2:
America leaves me speechless
Its beauty - deep and endless
The road and I have a kinship
It's why I need my road trip.
It's why I need my road trip.
I've got to take my road trip.


Lyric Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Music Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Producer Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Publisher Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Performance Credits: Kyle Lester, Vocal; John Macchietto, sound design
Label Credits:



Short Song Description:
Classic Rock & Roll song that is uplifting and fun using bass, three guitars, drums, and two pianos, and a fantastic lead singer, Kyle Lester.
Long Song Description:
Classic Rock & Roll song that is uplifting and fun using bass, three guitars, drums, and two pianos. The lead singer is Kyle Lester who is a local artist in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX metroplex. He is gifted in being a versatile actor/performer,
Story Behind the Song:
Like many Americans, I enjoy the freedom and excitement of getting away and driving to explore the land. As I reminised on past trips, a melody came into my head and "what could I say?" It had to be a song.



Song Length: 3:45
Primary Genre: Rock-Roots/Rock n' Roll
Secondary Genre: Rock-Americana
Tempo / Feel: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Cars
Subject Matter 2: Highway, Street, Road
Mood 1: In High Spirits
Mood 2: On Cloud Nine
Similar Artist 1: Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band
Language: English
Era: 1970 - 1979