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Getaway Car lyrics

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Audioslave – Getaway Car lyrics

The first time I saw you you were

Chasin down

The cyclone

All alone in the field

With railyards and clovers I kept rollin on

Never thought you'd wind up chasin

Me

Settle down

I won't hesitate

To hit the highway

Before you lay me to waste no

Settle up and I'll help you find something to drive

Before you drive me insane

So tired of walkin

And you loathe the ground

The sidewalk barely touched your feet

Life moves to slowly to hold you down

With ring in hand you take it out on me

Settle down

I won't hesitate to hit the highway

Before you leave me to waste

Settle up and I'll help you find something to drive

Before you drive me insane

So get yourself a car

Drive it all alone

Get ourself a car

And ride it on the wind

Get yourself a car

And drive it all alone

Get yourself a car

And ride it on the wind yea

Settle down

I won't hesitate to hit the highway

Before you lay me to waste

Settle up and I'll help you find something to drive

Before you drive me insane

Get yourself a car

And drive it all alone

Get yourself a car

And ride it on the wind

Get yourself a car

And drive it all alone

Get yourself a car

And ride it on the wind



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