From the album The Only Ride You Can Get

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Lyrics

(verse 1)
Well she just woke up and left one mornin'
No need to tell anyone or give them any warnin'
Cuz all she had to give was half of a goodbye
That should mean somethin' but it ain't worth it if its all for nothin'
With a man she convinced herself
That he could never be the one
Never be the one

(chorus)
When your home feels like a prison
Man that ain't no kind of livin'
I need to get out of this town
Or feel it slowly sinkin' down
If you feel you can't get anymore low
Simply walk out to your car
Press gas and go

(Verse 2)
Bo gave her all that he could
Stupid him to think his love was good
As anyone else's ever could
He learned the hard way that while most girls have hearts
Some in those places are more like rocks
As cold as grave stone and they'll always leave you alone
They'll always leave you alone

(chorus)
When your home feels like a prison
Man that ain't no kind of livin'
I need to get out of this town
Or feel it slowly sinkin' down
If you feel you can't get any more low
Simply walk out to your car
Press gas and go

(bridge)
Now they may meet on that highway
Or may never come face to face who's to say
But this ain't about how stories end
It's about how they begin

(chorus)
When your home feels like a prison
Man that ain't no kind of livin'
I need to get out of this town
Or feel it slowly sinkin' down
If you feel you can't get any more low
Simply walk out to your car
Press gas and go

Press gas and go

Press gas and go