"Mashin' On The Motorway" as written by Lateef Kenneth Daumont and Joshua Paul Davis....
He just wanted us to call him Captain Da.
He said you can call me Da-da, whatever that meant.

Out of gas, still burning.
Hey there... who me? Just your friendly neighbourhood speed demon.
I'm out to Nascar in a fast car to the last car
'Til there ain't no cars left
Enough cars go by with enough dust flying around
To make you cry back down and choke half-near to death
I'm up here on your left.

Sorry about that.
See like you I push the bucket
I like to burn big
Like you I've gotta cut all the bullshit out of my life to live
So I tell them move over, this road ain't big enough for you
I'm flying like Knight Rider they're trying to keep up
With their grandma outside on the sidewalk, size
Maybe their steel belted radials expired
Maybe they're tired
Maybe their odometer needs to be rewired
Or something

Fucking asshole! - My bad.
Can you believe some of the drivers they let out here on the road?

See, when the whole things slows down
You're gonna find that clown who's gonna give you your scene
With the chance to take it... now!

Damn what the fuck're you doing motherfuckin' asshole! - Sorry!
Get off my lane you fucking fuck! - hey I got yours right here buddy!
Bite me!
Dude, what the fuck is your problem!
(Spanish shouts) Maldito hijo de puta! - Well get outta the way then!
Move! I'll...catch ya on the rebound!
Goddamn motherfucker, what the hell are you doing!

So much hostility
Why'all just keep checking your rear windows
Maybe you'll catch me passing
Mashed.

Cut em-cut-cut em-cut em-cut em-cut-cut em off
Cut em-cut-cut em-cut em-cut-cut-cut-cut em off
Cut-cut-cut-see you


Lyrics submitted by random_monkey

"Mashin on the Motorway" as written by Lateef Daumont Josh Paul Davis

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    Song MeaningTo sum up this song id like to use the popular term of "live fast, die young!"

    This song is about feeling the need to go faster and push harder regardless of the outcomes "out of gas and still burnin'"

    This guy builds a rep as “Just a friendly neighborhood speed demon"

    He goes on to explain his lifestyle in a friendly tone as if what he is doing is correct and just

    "See, when the whole things slows down
    You're gonna find that clown who's gonna give you a scene
    With the chance to take it... now! "

    I'm unsure about this part because the whole slowing down theme makes me think that the clown (Clean living person) is going to make a big deal about the high speed life and give him an alternative lifestyle to take.

    BUT...."with the chance to take it ...now!"

    There is also the negative view of this where he is given the option of highway lanes....fast...or slower. And he does not want to take the time to slow down because deep inside he is suppressing the pain he has felt from the duration of going up or down the road of the fast lane. In his head he says that it is too late and nobody can help me and I don’t want to take this help..... so "with the chance to take it...now!" it would seem that he has kept on with his life style and take it can mean many things in regards to drugs or getting his kicks in life by any means necessary.

    Finally it could also be as simple as a guy who gets into a car crash. He went to fast and did not appreciate the simple things in life.

    Sorry for the scatterbrained format. Let me know what you think of this please.

    luisfabianon July 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentCrackin' tune, always puts a smile on my face!
    janeyon June 10, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYou should check out the video, 'tis pretty awesome

    I picked it up on Amazon the other day for about £6
    random_monkeyon April 07, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAwesome stuff
    Sirius1on July 26, 2005   Link

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