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Jesus on the interstate,
He's coming to kick my blues.

Jesus on the interstate,
He's coming to kick my blues.

He's driving south just to save my soul,
On the 75 stuck in Ohio.

Jesus on the interstate,
Maybe he’ll kick yours too.

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It rained through Arkansas,
Wind pushed him through the plains.

It rained through Arkansas,
Wind pushed him through the plains.

He found car trouble up in Tennessee,
Caught a lightning bolt down to New Orleans.

Chasing me west,
In the dirty cars of freight trains.

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Jesus on the interstate,
He's coming to kick my blues.

Jesus on the interstate,
He's coming to kick my blues.

He's driving south just to save my soul,
On the 75 stuck in Ohio.

Jesus on the interstate,
Maybe he’ll kick yours too.

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Traveling comes with quite a price,
Now I’ve forgot what I wanted to say.

There’s no use in running around,
When you know which is the right way.

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Found me in Frisco,
Texas at the break of the day.

Found me in Frisco,
Texas at the break of the day.

He said “I’ll show you the way to go,
We’ll be playing guitar and singing songs on the radio.”

Interstate Jesus,
He always knows what to say.

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Jesus on the interstate,
He's coming to kick my blues.

Jesus on the interstate,
He's coming to kick my blues.

He's driving south just to save my soul,
On the 75 stuck in Ohio.

Jesus on the interstate,
Maybe he’ll kick yours too.

Whoa, Jesus on the interstate,
Maybe he’ll kick yours too.

Whoa, Jesus on the interstate,
Maybe he’ll kick yours too.

credits

from Josephine & Assorted Train Songs, released August 1, 2015
Music & lyrics © 2015 Tim Vitullo

Tim Vitullo - Guitars & Vocals
Chris Skelly - Bass Guitar
Brent McConnell - Drums
Rich Pantaleo - Keys
Natalie Hatcher - Vocals
Steven Foxbury - Vocals

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