"She Has Funny Cars" as written by Marty Balin and Jorma L. Jr. Kaukonen....
Every day I try so hard to know your mind
And find out what's inside you
Time goes on and I don't know just where you are
Or how I'm going to find you

You can do whatever you please
The world's waiting to be seized
You can collect all neglect
Or all the self-respect you need

And I know, and I know, and I know

Your mind's guaranteed
It's all you'll ever need
So what do you want with me?

We live but once
But good things can be found around
In spite of all the sorrow

If you see black
You can't look back
You can't look front
You cannot face tomorrow

Some have it nice
Fat and round, flash, paradise
They're very wise to their disguise
Trying to revolutionize tomorrow

And I know, and I know, and I know

Your mind's guaranteed
It's all you'll ever need
So what do you want with me?


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"She Has Funny Cars" as written by Jorma L. Jr. Kaukonen Marty Balin

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    General CommentIts about certain peoples position in the world and what they choose to do with it and how we all connect
    GypsyRoseon January 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTrying to find oneself in changing, chaotic times. The narrative appears to be talking to another but could be talking to himself, trying to reassure himself that he can make it. Some appear to have found an answer thru the drug of the times, being lsd (flash, paradise!) but it's still ones mind that determines what will manifest, it's guaranteed to take you where you want to go, not an outside source that comes in a pill.
    brumuson December 13, 2008   Link

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