Screwdriver

Album: HITNRUN Phase Two (2013)
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  • Everyday when I wake up
    Gotta make up
    Another reason to make it last, miss mistake up
    If we break up
    We smash guitars and shatter glass

    But till the day that we do
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw

    Everywhere that we go now, there's a show now
    People pay money for the rock 'n' roll
    And the big wow
    Before we bow
    You can call me C.C, Crowd Control

    If you don't want to, it's cool
    I'm your driver

    Empty car on a fast train
    In the driving rain
    I can make you swear that you did some thang
    What you don't know
    Won't hurt you so
    We got a long, long way to go

    Might as well enjoy the view
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw

    You said you were my screw

    Sharing stories and cool clothes
    And party toes
    This is what life is like on the road
    Never too high, never too low
    That's the only way to go

    But right now, without further ado
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw

    Counter-clockwise, turn you round
    All you got to do is listen to the sound
    Music never lies, you know its true
    I ain't even got to you know who
    Time we got plenty of
    Forever's worth the wait when it comes to love

    I'm your driver, and you're my screw
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw

    Might as well enjoy the view
    I'm your driver, and you're my screw Writer/s: PRINCE ROGERS NELSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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