Broken Car

  • Welcome to my broken car
    It don't move fast
    But it goes so far
    Though you might
    Bang your head or scrape your toes
    Fred Flinstone
    With my feet on
    Through the holes

    But don't you worry now
    Don't you worry
    CAuse it will get you there
    Where you need to go
    Where you need to go
    Where you need to go

    Over the hillsides and the valleys
    Far and wide
    Where the sun goes
    And the sky it shines
    Fire gonna rage tonight

    Welcome to my broken home
    It's not so fancy
    Made from sticks and stones
    It's often empty
    I hope you like to be alone
    You can stare out the window
    Until you find your zone

    Take cover fromt the bombs and the bullets
    Take time to heal your wounds
    Forget what they told you now
    Just listen on to the tunes
    Listenin' to the tune

    Welcome to my broken house
    You don't have to tip toe here
    You can put ya feet down
    Feel the floor beneath you
    Feel the ground
    Don't worry bout the future
    You're here right now
    Unpack your bags and relax for a while
    Rest your weary eyes
    I know you've been tired

    Where do you need to go
    Where you got to be
    Where do yu need to go
    I'm your taxi
    Don't you worry
    Don't you worry now
    Don't you worry now
    Fire gonna rage tonight

    Welcome to my broken heart
    I know it's hard
    Sometimes you fall apart

    Welcome to my broken song
    Don't worry now baby
    You ain't done nothing wrong
    Welcome to my broken heart
    I know it's hard
    Sometimes you fall apart

    Welcome to my broken song
    Don't worry now baby
    You ain't done nothing wrong
    Where you need to go
    Where you need to go
    Where you need to go Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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