Hang Me Out To Dry

Album: Summer 08 (2016)
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  • Hang me out to dry
    Take me for a ride
    Do whatever you feel like
    You're behind the wheel
    Drive

    Each night that we go out, she'll put on her red coat
    And I know what that means
    It means that we're in love and that's enough now
    Buckle up and windows down now
    Ain't that a little too much for you?
    Ain't that a little too much for you?

    Hang me out to dry
    Take me for a ride
    Do whatever you feel like
    You're behind the wheel
    Drive
    Hang me out to dry
    Take me for a ride
    Do whatever you feel like
    You're behind the wheel
    Drive

    Since we've been going out, I've always take these same roads?
    And I've kept the car clean
    I remember first night out, let the dance now
    Flower shaking in my hands now
    Trying to give you something more than
    The other ones who came before me

    Monday night, running late, getting you from your parents' place
    In and out, to the show, trying to fix the radio
    Getting drunk, arguing, stumbling off into the streets
    Making out, making up, it's alright 'cause we're in love
    At the spot on the hill, looking down upon the city
    Taking trips silently, all the while you're looking pretty
    We begin in the park, sleeping through the midday sun
    Talking 'bout history, talking only you and me

    Hang me out to dry
    Take me for a ride
    Do whatever you feel like
    You're behind the wheel
    Drive

    Take me down lonely roads
    And to the old spots we know
    Yeah, we can go on and on and on
    Behind the wheel
    Take me down lonely roads
    And to the old spots we know
    Yeah, we can go on and on and on
    Behind the wheel
    Drive Writer/s: Joseph Patrick Mount
    Publisher: SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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