"Oblivious" as written by and Roddy Frame....
Came to the door but she wouldn't see me
So I turned away to leave
She leaned out the window and said "Where ya goin?"
Now I have no time to grieve

And as I pushed my foot to the pedal
I was driving much too fast
The rain comin' down and I couldn't see much
Now I have no time to grieve

And now you're right all the time
And I'm just oblivious
I'd rather stay in bed with you
Till it's time to get a drink

Came to the door but she wouldn't see me
So I turned away to leave
She leaned out the window and said "Where ya goin?"
Now I have no time to grieve

And now you're right all the time
And I'm just oblivious
I'd rather stay in bed with you
Till it's time to get a drink


Lyrics submitted by jfire7887

"Oblivious" as written by Bonnie Anderson John Fields

Lyrics © Walt Disney Music Company, Universal Music Publishing Group

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