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Paul Butterfield – Footprints On The Windshield Upside Down lyrics

Honey, I'm getting worried 'bout your driving
Must be really styling and profiling
I get in the car after you've been riding around
I find footprints on the windshield upside down

Honey, I passed driving education too
And I think I can drive just well as you
I can go forward, backup and I can turn around
And never leave footprints on the windshield upside down
Footprints on the windshield upside down
Girl, I wonder where do you ever make it through town

Driving like that don't make no sense
You could have a real bad accident
Leaving footprints on the windshield upside down

There's just one more thing I wanna say
Honey, if you keep on driving that way
Some good citizen's gonna protest it
And you gonna wind up being arrested
Leaving footprints on the windshield upside down

Driving like that don't make no sense
You could have a real bad accident
Leaving footprints on the windshield upside down
Footprints on the windshield upside down, ooh

Watch out, baby
Yo, I'm on road now
Who's that fool driving?



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