Drive You Home

Album: Overnight (2013)
  • You won't cry
    Standing on the porch because you said goodbye
    Told him you were leaving
    Now you're high and dry
    You had nowhere else to go
    I open up the door
    And let you come inside

    You didn't mean it
    He's gonna ask where you've been
    Before you go back
    Baby let me tell you this

    When it's over
    And the thrill is gone
    If you come back
    And you've got it wrong
    You know that you don't have to leave
    You don't have to go
    When it's over
    Let me drive you home
    Let me drive you home

    Summer heat
    Staring at the ceiling but I just can't sleep
    Wondering what you're doing when it comes to me
    There's nothing I can do
    It's always up to you
    Yes and I lie awake in bed at night
    I picture you when I close my eyes
    I can see you there
    In the porch
    In the light
    I might never feel your kiss
    But baby let me tell you this

    When it's over
    And the thrill is gone
    If you come back
    And you got it wrong
    You know that you don't have to leave
    You don't have to go
    When it's over
    Let me drive you home
    Let me drive you home

    Baby cause I need to know
    Do you feel it?
    Can you feel it?
    Baby cause I need to know
    Is it real?

    When it's over
    And the thrill is gone
    If you come back
    And you got it wrong
    You know that you don't have to leave
    You don't have to go
    When it's over
    Let me drive you home
    Let me drive you home
    Let me drive you home Writer/s: WILL ANDERSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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