Vegetable Car

Album: Simple Times (2008)
  • Baby, you don't even know me but one day I'll get up the courage as you pass by.
    You'll see.
    Oh baby, one look just might save me.
    I need you to slow by the corner.
    Stop right in front of me.

    Till then I'll see you hopefully through.
    I do wish that you'd ask me to ride along.
    It wouldn't be wrong to tell me more than I know about you.

    [Chorus]
    She drives a vegetable car.
    Diesel, Mercedes, green, two-door.
    I barely know who you are.
    Lisa Lobe glasses.
    I'd sure like to ask you to stay.

    Baby, I need you to save me.
    The one thing that my heart requires is that you admire me.

    Till then I'll see you hopefully through.
    I do wish that you'd ask me to ride along.
    It wouldn't be wrong to tell me more than I know about you.

    [Chorus]

    How do I know why the sight of you makes me weak?
    Each time I see you turn onto my street
    Your hair is always up in a bun.
    This girl is the one.

    [Chorus]

    Don't go. Writer/s: JOSHUA BISHOP KELLEY, JOSHUA RYAN RADIN
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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