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Long drive, long night
The best night of my life
With you ridin'
Your hand on my hand

The thought of arriving
Kinda feels like dying
I don't want to go home
And be alone

Could we stay out
Could you drive a little slower
Don't matter where we're going
As long as I'm with you
We can take the long way

Chevy Nova
Front seat sofa
Getting closer
To you

Drive a little slower
Don't matter where we're going
As long as I'm with you
We can take the long way

Drive a little slower
Not ready to go home
I rather stay with you
We can take the long way out

To the country, out of town
Let's get lost, I don't want to be found
Let's get away now

And be careful not to crash
It's known there's frost and we're steaming the glass
You hit the road, have a generous shoulder
We could pull over
And say we took the long way

Headlights
Strobe lights
I can see you
But not quite
I can feel you
Inside
The timing
Is just right
For the moment
I don't want
To go home

Take the long way out
Oh, oh, oh
Take the long way now
Oh, oh, oh

Drive a little slower
Don't matter where we're going now
Drive a little slower
Don't matter where we're going now
Drive a little slower
Not ready to go home
I'd rather stay with you
We can take the long way

Long drive, long night
The best night of my life



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