"Car Radio" as written by and John Britt Daniel....
Car radio
That's what I got
Voice of authority from here into empire state
Car radio
Car wash
Fooling around just a minor on the interstate
Car radio
All acting tough
I'm just a user I don't make any of this stuff

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"Car Radio" as written by John Britt Daniel


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  • +1
    General CommentI'm surprised no one has posted about this song. Everyone who hasn't heard it should go try to listen to it. It's a really great driving at 2 AM kind of song.
    crayonon May 06, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentJust a quick correction on the lyrics:
    "fooling around just a minor on the interstate"
    should be
    "out on a mission, just a minor on the interstate"

    and, in my opinion, this song might be about the ultimate high-school road trip.
    kemekongkaon December 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentPure adrenaline and it hits hard. I love the line "I'm just a user I don't make any of this stuff." Drug fueled car ride and an amazingly powerful song for how short it is on lyrics.
    couldBanyoneon February 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThere's a strong sense of confidence in this song, whether britt's voice, the pace of the music, or the "WOO" or "ma ma ma"'s in the song. They recreate that feeling you get when it's just you and the road and you're blasting an amazing song and you're just pumped up, forgetting about any worries or problems you have in life. Nothing can ruin a moment like that, and all from a song that barely surpasses 90 seconds.
    rossismadon January 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me of roadrunner (by the modern lovers)
    same general idea except with new york instead of massachusetts. he's a kid, in a car, driving, with the radio on, everything is wonderful.
    ap0theosizeon April 14, 2008   Link

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