Angus & Julia Stone - On The Road Lyrics




Hit up the bottle
Scored us the finest herb
Jumped aboard that rolling stone
Took to the sky like a bird
Now the wheels are in full spin
We're off to play a thousand shows
Took a drag, fell in a dream
Took to the sky like a crow

She don't like it when I'm on the road
She don't like it when I'm on the road
She don't like it when I'm on the road
She don't like it when I'm on the road

Turn up the radio
Play "A Horse With No Name"
Ten miles to the show
We're running late in a running late game
That road can burn through your heart
Make you forget what you're doin' it for
But I'll keep walking through the dark
I'll keep knocking at that door, yes I will

She don't like it when I'm on the road
She don't like it when I'm on the road
She don't like it when I'm on the road
She don't like it when I'm on the road





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Angus & Julia Stone On The Road Comments
  1. Ananta Azad

    Still "on the road''

  2. Aline apenas Aline

    Give me more, i want more, plee aseeee, i never asked you nothing

  3. Terry Hollas

    Starts off like "I'm Your Captain", Grand Funk

  4. itiedmystomachinknots

    This song is really good JUST SAYING

  5. Ines navy blue

    Legend ;)

  6. Mista Fab

    Love a bit of banjo..great music

  7. Dane Marais

    My kinda music

  8. Sharon Lee

    ~ Hit up the bottle
    Scored us the finest herb
    Jumped aboard that rolling stone
    Took to the sky like a bird
    Now the wheels are in full spin
    We're off to play a thousand shows
    Took a drag, fell in a dream
    Took to the sky like a crow

    She don't like it when I'm on the road
    She don't like it when I'm on the road
    She don't like it when I'm on the road
    She don't like it when I'm on the road

    Turn up the radio
    Play "A Horse With No Name"
    Ten miles to the show
    We're running late in a running late game
    That road can burn through your heart
    Make you forget what you're doin' it for
    But I'll keep walking through the dark
    I'll keep knocking at that door, yes I will

    She don't like it when I'm on the road
    She don't like it when I'm on the road
    She don't like it when I'm on the road
    She don't like it when I'm on the road

    birdy thompson

    Sharon Lee , thnx.pretty cool tune

    An Elephant

    Sharon Lee its bottlo

    Nicholas Shaw

    Sharon Lee ....Your Nick made this Nick share this with you❤

    The quality of our dreams are both a reflection of our thoughts and actions as well as a general foreshadowing of the fate of our souls in the next life...A nightly, temporary karma that beckons us to change - for the good - so as to avoid a more permanent karma...

    Complexity(🌎)+Beauty(🌷)
    =Intent(❤️)

    The Figure 8 Analogy: 

    An analogy on life, death, the dream-state and the symbolism intertwined within the human experience...

    We human beings are not moving in the - abstract - motion of a straight line towards death (for instance, the numerical straight line of say 1-89), rather we are moving in the motion of a figure 8...The Figure 8 is a natural repeating pattern that is divided into two halves and is thus the perfect symbol to represent the human life cycle and our two primary states of existence that we are continuously moving in and out of -the awake state and the dream-state.

    When we awake from sleep, we come full circle to when we fall back asleep (represented by the bottom half of the figure 8), and when we go into the dream-state, we come full circle to when we awake from the dream-state (represented by the top half of the figure 8). Upon death, the figure 8 of life untwines, but it is not the body untwining from the mind that this analogy represents. It's two states of mind untwining to form a larger state of mind...(8->0)...Because the awake state is really a state -of mind, with our body's physical reality "consciously" intertwined, and the dream-state is also a state -of mind, with our body's physical reality "subconsciously" intertwined. Therefore; upon death, these two states "of mind" untwine to form a larger state of mind...A state that has all the potentialities of the dream world (flying, telepathy, psychokinesis, etc) combined with all the actualities of the awake world(nature, form, bonds, etc). This I refer to as the "transitional analogy."

    While conceiving this analogy I realized life and death must be perceived - from one point of view - as seperate entities(the transitional analogy(8-0), but must also be perceived - from another point of view - as inseparable entities(the symbolic analogy), both of which are ultimately linked by the dream state.

    The symbolic analogy consists of the untwined figure 8 of life/the 'circle of death' - abstractly -overlapping the 'circle of life'/the earth, with the overlappment representing the dream-state (like the common area in a venn diagram) which implies that the dream-state is just as much a part of life as is of death - by which semi-explains precognitive dreams, prodromal dreams, "visitations" by deceased relatives, etc, for the dream-state has a foothold in the afterlife - and is based on the premise that "while our body sleeps, our dream-state symbolically represents the state that awaits upon our body's ultimate rest.

    In other words, while we are lying down and -sleeping/dreaming, this natural process symbolizes where we go when we're ultimately lying down/dead -to a place "like" our dream-state...A state "of mind", with our body's physical bonds eternally engrained and intertwined. 

                          👁~8~👁

  9. JODY CRAWFORD

    On the road!

  10. sande1212

    listening to this while eating sushi with my Lady .. yeahh !

  11. Sam T.

    Jack Keuroac?

  12. MarengoB

    Je suis pas bien en français ;p Quelquefois le mot "doesn't" est remplacer par "don't", c'est comme l'argot anglais. Un autre exemple serait les mots "are/am not" et "ain't" :)

  13. C S

    It's a banjo.

  14. alizé

    je suis pas bien en anglais, mais je pensais que ça devait être she doesn't like

  15. Oumnia Guigui

    for a sec i thought i was hearing sufjan stevens in the beginning

  16. Smellness13

    Die in a fire

  17. leahrmusic

    JULIA AND ANGUS STONE ARE AMAAAZING.

  18. Brandon Ward

    I think you have a problem.
    It's called i suck my own knob syndrome.

  19. Jack Taylor

    totally awsome - my new favourite artist

  20. gabrielle ehman

    a windows down, kind of jam

  21. Hustlerae

    these guys are why i love australia!

  22. Gay Lord

    these guys kinda suck. i wish they would get off the my radio unit.

  23. longboarder8899

    @boardy93 swear its used in a surfjan stevens song, i listen to him a lot, ive defs heard it

  24. tmrnmm

    @Atoutlem0nde probably something in that "august rush" movie i heard similar idk doh just throwing it out there lol

  25. wikiwikiwawa1

    she DON'T like it? okay....as you want XD
    love this song anyway....♥

  26. shushisha

    so good

  27. luckylongarm1

    @emlmarshall we call it a banjo

  28. boardy93

    @emlmarshall what song?

  29. boardy93

    can anyone give me the name and artist of the song that sounds exactly the same at the start and i think i heard it on a movie like pirates of the carrabean?

  30. Sarah Amane

    L'une de leur meilleure chanson!
    Ils continuent à me surprendre...

  31. louzoo1

    very beautiful melody and harmonising as usual <3 your work!

    Aline apenas Aline

    Oooooo, eu sempre quis achar algum comentário muito antigo, só pra ver se por algum motivo a pessoa ainda usava o YouTube, ou se ela já era idosa, ou se ela já trabalhava ou sla