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Drive
The Cars Lyrics


Who's gonna tell you when
It's too late?
Who's gonna tell you things
Aren't so great?

You can't go on
Thinking nothing's wrong, oh oh
Who's gonna drive you home
Tonight?

Who's gonna pick you up
When you fall?
Who's gonna hang it up
When you call?
Who's gonna pay attention
To your dreams?
Who's gonna plug their ears
When you scream?

You can't go on
Thinking nothing's wrong, oh oh
(Who's gonna drive you?)
Who's gonna drive you home
(Who's gonna drive you? Who's gonna drive)
Tonight?

Who's gonna hold you down
When you shake?
Who's gonna come around
When you break?

You can't go on
Thinking nothing's wrong, oh oh
(Who's gonna drive you?)
Who's gonna drive you home
(Who's gonna drive you? Who's gonna drive)
Tonight?
Oh, you know you can't go on
Thinking nothing's wrong
(Who's gonna drive you?)
Who's gonna drive you home
(Who's gonna drive you? Who's gonna drive)
Tonight?

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Ric Ocasek

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Brian Fergel

@M M
Ah!
I "came about" in October of 1974. Then I grew up in a roller rink. All my siblings and cousins were there, too. Awesome crew, so we felt like part owners alongside the other kids. We didn't take home a paycheck, but we assumed the responsibilities. And I'm glad that I did from the age 12 forward.
We dominated what would go on, so I'm thankful that we all learned team work & group goals even beyond the Speed Team, as we called them.
Regardless, I took favoritism in KISS. I'm sure that it was due to that Roller 🛼 rink.
I saw Slaughter & Winger open for KISS in 1991, so then Winger & KISS set the standard for me; Slaughter was an embarrassing mess.
Or did they "set the stage" for Winger?
Hmm....
In that instance. Winger is in Los Vegas producing stellar tunes. And they are earning their successes.



kzeor

This is one of those songs that defines a time in my life. I was 21, pregnant and working at the Pizza Hut at night and attending college in the day. After we shut down at night I would play this song on the jukebox while cleaning. I remember the feeling of not knowing what my life was going to be like after the birth of my child. So many unknowns for the future.

33 years later my daughter was pregnant with her second child and suffered an AVM rupture in her brain. She coded 5 times. Was in the hospital 2 months and we expected her at first to not survive the night then, as she pulled through we expected severe brain damage.

I heard this song again while driving to and from the hospital. Again so many unknowns for the future.

3 years later her mind is sound as ever but she has visual and balance problems. He baby is perfect.

Music has the special ability to connect us instantly with a time, place and emotion. I have more than one song that represents something but this one, this one carries a special feeling of "waiting for the unknown. "



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Vivian Farmer

You posted that a year ago. Our world/America has gotten so much worse now. :(

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AcidGlow

The 80's are a time lost in history. All we have are memories of those who entered our lives ✅🙂

Alfredo Piza Gutierrez

XcOK

John Rhody

@Mistress Mary trick answer- Perry produced noise not music. Go back to your safe space and study your gender pronouns!! Don't forget to get your blue hair dye and xxxxxl pants!!

Tracy Seymour

@Brian Fergel Yes!

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