"Drive that Fast" as written by and Dan Goodwin Patrick Fitzgerald....
You stand here in my place
Feel the warmth upon your face
Stand back and start to smile
You now have time
You now have will
I would never want to leave this country
Where rules are fast and knowledge easy
I would never want to take you with me
Unless you're open
And trust my hand
I would never wish this much on you
When what you have might be enough
I would never want to drive that fast
Unless you're ready, willing, happy
Take me
Away from these simple feelings
I know
There's places on the other sides of here
Take me
Away from these simple feelings
I know
I'll take that car and drive there faster
I would never want to take you with me
Until you're open and grab my hand
I would never wish this much on you
Until you like to live that fast
You stand here in my place
Feel the warmth upon your face
Stand back and start to smile
You now have time
You now have will
I would never want to do that to you
To take you far and leave you stranded
I have never gone quite far enough
But you can get off whenever you like
Take me
Away from these simple feelings
I know
There's places on the other sides of here
Take me
Away from these simple feelings
I know
I'll take that car and drive there faster
I would never want to do that to you
I would never want to drive that fast
I would never want to do that to you
I would never want to drive that fast


Lyrics submitted by DonHomer

"Drive That Fast" as written by Julian Swales Dan Goodwin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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