On the Open Road A Goofy Movie

music by Tom Snow, lyrics by Jack Feldman, performed by Bill Farmer (Goofy), Aaron Lohr (Max Goof) and Chorus Lyrics and pictures GOOFY: Do ya need a break from modern living
Do ya need a break from modern living

Do ya long to shed your weary load / If your nerves are raw and your brain is fried / Just grab a friend and take a ride together on the open road. MAX GOOF: All in all I'd rather have detention / All in all I'd rather eat a toad My old man drives like such a klutz
My old man drives like such a klutz
/ That I'm about to hurl my guts / Directly upon the open road. GOOFY: There's nothin' can upset me / 'Cause now we're on our way / Our trusty map will guide us straight and true. MAX GOOF: Roxanne, please don't forget me / I will return someday / Though I may be in traction when I do. GOOFY: Me and Max relaxin' like the old days.
Max relaxin' like the old days
MAX GOOF: This is worse / Than dragon breath and acne, I'm so mad GOOFY: In a buddy-buddy kind of mode MAX GOOF: I think I may explode. GOOFY: When I see that highway I could cry. / You know, that's funny. MAX GOOF: So could I GOOFY AND MAX: Just bein' out on the open road
Just bein' out on the open road
CHORUS: Howdy, boys, is this the way to Nashville / Watch it, mac or you'll be gettin' towed / I'm in no hurry to arrive 'cause I'll be turnin' 65 / The next time I sees the open road / Just a week of rest and relaxation / And the odd romantic episode / Very odd. / And it's California or bust / Look out, you dirt-bags, eat my dust / From now on I own the open road GOOFY: It's me and little Maxie My pipsqueak pioneer. CHORUS:
They're partners forever
They're partners forever
Westward ho. GOOFY: Yee-haw. MAX GOOF: Could someone call a taxi / And get me outta here / To Beverly Hills 90210 CHORUS: Oh, every day another new adventure / Every mile another new zip code / And the cares we have are gone for good / And I'd go with them if I could / I got no strings on me / I'm feelin' fancy free / How wonderful to be / On the open road.
Watch On the Open Road video from A Goofy Movie (1995); The soundtrack album for was released by Walt Disney Records on March 18, 1995. (Wikipedia)