Rear View Mirror

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A man can spend his whole life lookin’ for the one,
The one who turns his water into beer.
And for every girl there’s a main man on that highway to the sun
And you can find yours, baby, in your rear view mirror.

Though you’ve gone away and left me, and you’re in love with another man,
I’ll be right behind you ever near.
And when you’re on that lonesome highway and you need a helping hand,
You can find me in your rear view mirror.

Now this world is a hard world, but you can live it if you’re strong,
And if someone’s there beside you when you fall.
And I’ll be there for you, babe, you’ve known that all along,
When you’re down and out, just give this man a call.

Though you’ve gone away and left me, and you’re in love with another man,
I’ll be right behind you ever near.
And when you’re on that lonesome highway and you need a helping hand,
You can find me in your rear view mirror.

(Bridge)
And I’m tired of seeing no one riding shot gun.
And I’m tired of waking up alone at noon.
And I’m tired of drinking coffee long past midnight.
Just one more cup and they can blast me to the moon.

Now I know he’s a good man, and he loves you just like me,
But someday you might wake to find him gone.
And if in that hour of darkness, you might need a place to lean,
You better let me be the one that you lean on.

Though you’ve gone away and left me, and you’re in love with another man,
I’ll be right behind you ever near.
And when you’re on that lonesome highway and you need a helping hand,
You can find me in your rear view mirror.

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