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(words & music by glazer - schlaks)Take a ton of bolt and steelA whole lotta sweat, a set of wheelsOn the speedwayThe flag is down, pistons poundPlenty of engines ripping around .. on the speedwayGo for the money and lead the packPush the throttle and burn the trackCurl and swirl like you doin’ a danceSpeedway’s comin’ and now’s your chanceOn the speedway, on the speedway, on the speedwayStoke that pedal down to the floorAs much as you give, crowd wants moreMore, more, more, more, more on the speedwayOn the speedwayTake a spin, hit the brakesA young little girl .. shivers and shakesOn the speedwayClear the way, comin’ throughKiss from your baby just pushin’ youOn the speedwayGo for the money and lead the packPush the throttle and burn the trackCurl and swirl like you doin’ a danceSpeedway’s comin’ and now’s your chanceOn the speedway, on the speedway, on the speedwayStoke that pedal down to the floorAs much as you give, crowd wants moreMore, more, more, more, more on the speedwayOn the speedwayOn the speedway, on the speedway, on the speedwayOn the speedway, on the speedway, on the speedwayOn the speedway, on the speedway



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