"Driving West" as written by and Eberhard Lothar Faber....
Well I got big ideas goin' through my head
My hands are shakin' I can barely speak
And I'm driving down to the rich part of town
Gonna see a girl there that I met last week

It's a big stone house at the end of the road
And I'll be there soon
Her parents went away for the afternoon
I feel the wind in my hair, the October air
Looks like it might rain but I don't care

And I'm going to see a girl in Brandywine
Today's the day I'm taking her away
I got no money but I got time
She will see she's got to come with me
We're gonna drive West
Yeah we're gonna drive West

They got dangerous mountains with six feet of snow
And fancy statue built by Indians long ago
I got a car that does a hundred-ten without a sound
Come on baby roll up your windows
And let me tell you 'bout the things I found

Like a cool stream in the desert and colored lights flashing
In the skies
Hungry dogs racing through the sand
With black holes in their eyes
They're real alright, I see 'em day and night
Everything looks different in that lonely moonlight

And I'm going to see a girl in Brandywine
Today's the day I'm taking her away
I got no money but I got time
She will see she's got to come with me
We're gonna drive West
Come on baby drive West


Lyrics submitted by Maxine

"Driving West" as written by Eberhard Lothar Faber

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