"I Will Drive Slowly" as written by and Kurt Wagner....
Where's the keys cause i've forgotten
Where i put them when i came home
I thought i left them there on the table
I will need them when i go out

And i count your fingers you still have ten
Your sweater's fuzzy against my chin (skin)
And i will drive slowly so i can show ya
The radio that's in the magnolia

I got the giggles, we were at the movies
I drank some water so i'd shut up
It wasn't funny, no one else was laughing
Somebody shuddered, i lightly crushed your cup

And i count your fingers you still have ten
Your sweater's fuzzy against my chin (skin)
And i will drive slowly so i can show ya
The radio that's in the magnolia

A belt has clicked, the starter started
A mirror straightented, a pedal pressed
I fell your hand resting on my kneecap
I see your face, it's against the glass

And i count your fingers you still have ten
Your sweater's fuzzy against my chin (skin)
And i will drive slowly so i can show ya
The radio that's in the magnolia


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    General CommentLike many Lambchop songs, I had no idea what this was about, but when I heard them sing it as the opening track on the excellent 'Live at XX Merge', immediately after Kurt sings 'I see your face, it's against the glass' he lets out a little wail of anguish - suggesting to me that the chorus refers to the aftermath of a car accident and he is checking that his passenger is... ok?
    spoonfedon July 08, 2010   Link

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