Mark Sinnis Lyrics

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There’s a cross on the side of the road
A tragic end to a life unknown
Mothers, fathers, sons and daughters
There’s a cross on the side of the road
 
 
Plastic flowers that fade with time
They decorate the highway’s graveyard
Always on our mind
Life’s so unkind
There’s a cross on the side of the road
 
 
As I drive down life’s lonesome highway
The road it bends and weeps I pray
Reality, In front of me
Death is not so far away
 
 
Oh time is calling me
The years they speed
Oh time, time, it’s racing
 
 There’s a cross on the side of the road
 And I know in time
 The grave’s my home
 It saddens me
 For eternity
 Forever my spirit will roam
 
 The miles erase the hours
 The life that it devours
 Is mine, mine, the memories
 
 There’s a cross on the side of the road