Cars Hiss By My Window

  • The cars hiss by my window
    Like the waves down on the beach
    The cars hiss by my window
    Like the waves down on the beach
    I got this girl beside me, but she's
    Out of reach

    Headlight through my window
    Shinin' on the wall
    Headlight through my window
    Shinin' on the wall
    Can't hear my baby
    Though I called and called

    Windows started tremblin'
    With a sonic boom
    Windows started tremblin'
    With a sonic boom, boom
    A cold girl'll kill you
    In a darkened room

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    Ride on Writer/s: Jim Morrison, John Paul Densmore, Raymond Manzarek, Robert Krieger
    Publisher: Doors Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • 352072 from Los Angeles, CaThe song has two alternate names: The first being 'The Walking Blues' , the other being 'The Bastard Son of Jimmy and Mama Reed.' (As heard in the 2011 re-realease of L.A. Woman.)
  • Oldpink from Farmland, InDefinitely one of the creepiest songs in a long list of creepy songs from the Doors.
    "Window started trembling with a sonic boom...BOOM! / A cold girl will kill you in a darkened room."
    Brrr!
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