Speed Roadster

Album: Crazy Clown Time (2011)
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  • I call.
    I call your phone.
    I call.
    I call your phone.

    You were talking.
    I guess you could say, I might have been sort of stalking you.
    Stalking you, baby.
    Must have been that night when I took her down by the river, in a truck.

    I gave her all I could give her.
    The moon shining. The moon shining.
    I walked the street, sometimes I see some girls I’d like to meet, maybe.
    Why won’t you answer your phone,

    Bill is having a party, wish you were goin'.
    I know you fucked Al.
    He's supposed to be my pal.
    I guess you could say, I might be stalking you.

    I might be stalking you, baby.
    What did I do, to make you do, the things you do.
    What did I do.
    You said you wanted me dead.

    Shit, fuck my head.
    I got fucked by you.
    Fucked real bad.
    Maybe you’re happy, but I hope you’re sad.

    Since you left me I have been thinking about getting me a speed roadster.
    Going by the drugstore, who could ask for more?
    Maybe drive by your house.
    Look in your window. Writer/s: DAVID K. LYNCH, DEAN JUSTIN HURLEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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