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Counting Blue Cars
Dishwalla Lyrics


Must have been late after noon
I could tell by how far the child's shadow stretched out
And he walked with a purpose in his sneakers down the street
He had many questions like children often do

He said, "Tell me all your thoughts on God
And tell me, am I very far?"

Must have been late after noon
On our way, the sun broke free of the clouds
We count only blue cars skip the cracks in the street
And ask many questions like children often do

We said, "Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'd really like to meet her.
And ask her why we're who we are."

Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'm on my way to see her
So tell me, am I very far
Am I very far now

It's getting cold, picked up the pace
How our shoes make hard noises in this place
Our clothes are stained, we pass many cross eyed people
And ask many questions like children often do

We said, Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'd really like to meet her
And ask her why we're who we are

Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'm on my way to see her
So tell me am I very far
Am I very far now?

Tell me all your thoughts on God
Tell me all your thoughts on God

Lyrics © BIGGER THAN PEANUT BUTTER MUSIC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: GEORGE PENDERGAST III, GEORGE EDWARD III PENDERGAST, GREGORY JAMES KOLANEK, JOHN RICHARDS, JOHN ROBERT RICHARDS, RODNEY BROWNING, SCOTT ALEXANDER, SCOTT PRESTON ALEXANDER

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Ariel Alvarez

Must have been late after noon
I could tell by how far the child's shadow stretched out
And he walked with a purpose in his sneakers down the street
He had many questions like children often do

He said, "Tell me all your thoughts on God
And tell me, am I very far?"

Must have been late after noon
On our way, the sun broke free of the clouds
We count only blue cars skip the cracks in the street
And ask many questions like children often do

We said, "Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'd really like to meet her.
And ask her why we're who we are."

Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'm on my way to see her
So tell me, am I very far
Am I very far now

It's getting cold, picked up the pace
How our shoes make hard noises in this place
Our clothes are stained, we pass many cross eyed people
And ask many questions like children often do

We said, Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'd really like to meet her
And ask her why we're who we are

Tell me all your thoughts on God
'Cause I'm on my way to see her
So tell me am I very far
Am I very far now?

Tell me all your thoughts on God
Tell me all your thoughts on God



Ahhw E-Any

Why "blue cars?" Blue cars like as in policing? Not the 5o policing but a broader policing? As in law? "Playing God?" I'm not implying sh., The thought just now occured to me. I always overlooked that part actually. My baby dad questioned me before bc of my own studies. He asked me ,"why? Are you trying to play God?" Me: no bitch, it's bc maybe I actually do care... Wannabe thug :/...

Idk when this came out. But I don't doubt I was in my early teens. I think I just liked it bc of how controversial it seemed 😅. W/ the gender thing. Also makes me think of that Osbourne lady. That what if God was one of us. Just a slob like one of us.

Or is like mockish? Like everyone's a god but yet everyone's specially & blissfully entitled? Is specialy a word? 🤔 Just curious.

Also, if I ever blew up your comments before, my bad 😔🤷🏻‍♀️. I just get excited about music. I feel like I should go over to that t.a.thissen video to balance out the energies now🧘‍♀️.

Above paragraph was intended for that singers post 😅. But it won't let me comment 😤. So, I just copy & pasted here.



Melanie Coleman

Must have been mid after noon, I could tell by how far the child's shadow stretched out
He walks with a purpose in his sneakers down the street, he had many questions
like children often do

He said, "tell me all your thoughts on God, and tell me, am I very far?"

Must have been late after noon, on our way, the sun broke free of the clouds
We count only blue cars skip the cracks in the street
and ask many questions like children often do

We said, "tell me all your thoughts on God, 'cause I'd really like to meet her,
and ask her why we're who we are"
Tell me all your thoughts on God, 'cause I'm on my way to see her, so tell me,
am I very far
Am I very far now

It's getting cold, picked up the pace, how our shoes make hard noises in this place
Our clothes are stained,
we pass many cross eyed people, and ask many questions
like children often do

Tell me all your thoughts on God, 'cause I'd really like to meet her, and ask her why we're who we are

Tell me all your thoughts on God, 'cause I'm on my way to see her
So tell me am I very far
Am I very far now?
Am I very far now?

Tell me all your thoughts on God

♡♡♡



All comments from YouTube:

JR Richards Official Orig. Singer DISHWALLA

Glad you all are still listening after all these years! I wrote this in 1993 and recorded it with Dishwalla in 1994 :)

Tyler Hoelscher

Coming "attachya" from 2021. This is the song that made me love alt rock and believe God is a women...timeless song man . TIME LESS.

Lessie Sloan

I just heard this in the grocery store 2021. I forgot all about this little gem! Adding to my playlist today.

Cheryl Smith

Dude... priceless...omg, I'd count cars with y'all...lol

gloria granados

I'm here!

M G

This song pops into my head ALL the time over the decades. Timeless classic I associate with my best years as a teen in the 90s. Thank you so much!

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AP

A song about existentialism. The 90s, when artists weren't fake and plastic.

AP

@jim jones get off my comment thread, troll.

jim jones

@AP i didn't say she was clueless kid, stop assuming things kid

AP

@jim jones I didn't know pamela anderson was a music artist. But in the 90s, I definitely appreciated her plastic.

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