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Olivia Newton-John – Car Games lyrics

(Olivia Newton-John/Randy Goodrum)
Have you seen them
Playing car games
Revving up your heart
Before the lights change
Have you been there
And not been aware
That you are the victim
Of a highway love affair
through your window
There's a stranger
Cruising right beside you
Courting danger
When your eyes meet
For one second you believe
You're another victim
Of a highway love affair
Car games--faces with no names
Freeway lovers lanes
Car games--silent rendezvous
For a mile or two
Playing car games
Every morning there's another
Chance to fuel the fantasy all over
Are we cheating
If it's only in our minds
Have you been a victim
Of a highway love affair
Car games--faces with no names
Freeway lovers lanes
Car games--silent rendezvous
For a mile or two
Playing car games
Silent rendezvous, for a mile or two
Playing car games, car games



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