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Meat Loaf

I didn't take a suitcase
I had to travel light
I climbed out my bedroom window
It was just about quarter past midnight

Out on the highway
I hitched a ride I was heading west
I had to listen to some trucker
Tell me all about the meaning of life

Got a ride just outside of Memphis
I was wild out on the road
I saw shanties' and shacks
And burnt out Cadillac's
And faces that flittered like fawn

Should have seen it coming
Oh I should have seen the signs
I saw seven horses running
I had a front row seat at the end of time

I was just fifteen
And the world was mine
And I watched my dreams
Come to life on that night
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas

Now since that long lost summer
I ain't ever looked back
Now the lines on my face
Are looking more like cracks

When things all crumble
Its time to face the facts
I don't care about tomorrow
Oh there's no looking back

I should have seen it coming
Oh I should have seen the signs
I saw seven horses running
I had a front row seat at the end of time

I was just fifteen
And the world was mine
And I watched my dreams
Come to life on that night
I was standing tall
Felt I would never die
And I watched it all
In the white spot light

I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas

I should have seen it coming
Oh I should have seen the signs
I saw seven horses running
I had a front row seat at the end of time

When the lights went out
I heard a young girl scream
The sound of my heart beat
The make up on her brow

I was just fifteen
And the world was mine
And I watched my dreams
Come to life on that night
I was standing tall
Felt I would never die
And I watched it all
In the white spot light

I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
I saw Elvis in Vegas
Oh I saw Elvis in Vegas

Written by BON JOVI, JON / CHILD, DESMOND / FALCON, BILLY
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, COLTON ENTERTAINMENT LLC

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