Red Velvet Car

Album: Red Velvet Car (2010)
  • No need standing in the rain
    Just call and tell me where you are
    That icy wind will bring the pain
    And I don't care if it's far

    Don't sit crying in your room
    Stealing candy from the jar
    I will be there very soon
    In my red velvet car

    Maybe you got hit real hard
    Maybe you are on the floor
    People screaming out your name
    'Cause they don't trust ya anymore

    I'm coming for you
    I'm coming for you
    I'm coming for you
    I'm coming, oh yeah
    I'm coming for you
    I'm coming for you
    I'm coming for you
    Yeah, yeah I'm coming

    So pull your weary bones inside
    You can sleep while I drive
    Or watch the moon out on the lake
    I won't even touch the break
    In my red velvet car
    My red velvet car
    My red velvet car Writer/s: NANCY LAMOUREAUX WILSON, ANN WILSON DUSTIN, BENJAMIN MINK
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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