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Written by Dewey Bunnell, ©1980
Found on Alibi.

Well, I'm drivin' onward
Through the pourin' rain
There's a ticket waitin'
I gotta catch that train

The yellow racin' dreamboat
On California air
Single engine cowboy
Out in county fair

So, oh baby, hurry here to me
Oh baby, come see me
Oh baby, let the hours flee
Oh baby, come see

The silver clouds in August
Lover's names on trees
Imagine running water
You wadin' in knee deep

So, oh baby, hurry here to me
Oh baby, come see me
Oh baby, let the hours flee
Oh baby, come see

There's a world waitin'
Just for you to unfold
How are you to know
If you don't see, if you don't see

Those yellow racin' dreamboats
On California air
There's a ticket waitin'
I guess I'll catch you there
I guess I'll catch you there

So, oh baby, hurry here to me
Oh baby, come see me
Oh baby, let the hours flee
Oh baby, come see

(If you don't come) Oh baby, hurry here to me
Oh baby, come see me
(If you don't come) Oh baby, let the hours flee
Oh baby, come see

(If you don't come) Oh baby, hurry here to me
Oh baby, come see me
(If you don't come) Oh baby, let the hours flee
Oh baby, come see

(If you don't come)



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