"Rush Hour" as written by Jane Wiedlin and Peter Carr Rafelson....
Something's coming over me
I'm so dizzy I can't see
Can't make out the forest for the trees

My heart is beating faster now
As the traffic's slowing down
Suddenly I'm all alone with you

It's so good
Baby when you're at the wheel
I can't believe the way I feel
It's such a rush
Just being with you

We're Driving in the Rush Hour
Ooh you send me
You take me to the Rush Hour
Ooh you send me
You got me in the Rush Hour

Feel it getting hot in here
Feel me getting close to you dear
Slow motion moving you, moving me

Now your lips are touching mine
And in your eyes that certain shine
Honey, I know just where you're taking me

It's so good
Baby when you're at the wheel
I can't believe the way I feel
It's such a rush
Just being with you

We're Driving in the Rush Hour
Ooh you send me
You take me to the Rush Hour
Ooh you send me
You got me in the Rush Hour

It's so good
Baby when you're at the wheel
I can't believe the way I feel
It's such a rush
Just being with you

We're Driving in the Rush Hour
Ooh you send me
You take me to the Rush Hour
Ooh you send me
You got me in the Rush Hour


Ooh you send me
Ooh you send me
You got me in the Rush Hour
You got me in the Rush Hour
You got me
You got me
You got me in the Rush Hour


Lyrics submitted by dickyb2506, edited by Skumball

"Rush Hour" as written by Jeff Sullivan Buren Fowler

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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