The Finish Line

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Performed by: Kem Anderson & Ken Cannizzo
Written by: Kem Anderson

Lyrics

Saw 68’ Mustang that reminded me of me,

Back when I was young

A red V-8, chrome racing wheels,     

Blazing in the sun

I've driven hard and fast through this life

A little worse for the wear                             

My heart beats strong, though the road is long         

There’s still more love to share,        

There’s still more love to share

 

I'm not an old racing car

I won't turn to rust

When I reach the finish line

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

 

The Junkyard is not my fate

I was built to roll

My spirit lives for the race

Eight spark plugs fire my soul

I've got a dent in my right fender,

Four speed on the floor

One thing I know about time,

Give me a just little bit more

 

I'm not an old racing car

That slowly turns to rust

When I reach the finish line

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

 

Those that have gone before us,

Are closer than we know

Their energy never dies

They live on in our hearts, our minds and souls

 

We’re not old racing cars

That slowly turn to rust

When we reach our finish line

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

 

The final sound that you'll hear,

Is not a rusted horn

It’s the God-like presence of your soul;

Returning and reborn,

Returning and reborn

 

Saw 68’ Mustang that reminded me of me,

Back when I was young

 

      © Kem Anderson

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