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I Want You Like a Seatbelt
by Chadwick Stokes

I like crumbs and chrome headlights
Carnivals and canines, boardwalk girls who play nice
Cars and their engines, a bridge in its suspension
The sun shadowing the east
And I like how your dress looks with that lamp shade
How people always tell me, you're the best friend they ever made
Take me to the commune, we can live with Cat Stevens
He can play the tambourine
Oh, I'd like to live up in a house that lives up in a tree
Only you and me, maybe a kid, maybe three
Maybe from the top, you can see that
I want you across my hips, fastened low and tight
In the middle of the woods, in the middle of the night
We can let the world fall away, one kiss at a time
I like my Mustangs unshod, the coy-wolves of Cape Cod
The tillerman and big maud gone but not forgotten
The wind catching the caution, so let it all be free
Let's take another unplanned road trip, leave behind New England
Maybe we can find our Lefty's sister Ingrid
Leave the frozen rivers, to some place we've never seen
Oh, I'd like to live up in a house that lives up in a tree
Only you and me, maybe a kid, maybe three
Maybe from the top, you can see that
I want you across my hips, fastened low and tight
In the middle of the woods, in the middle of the night
We can let the world fall away, one kiss at a time
Let the world fall away, one kiss at a time

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