If there's space
Between me and your face
I don't know

I'll hit the chalk
and fire from the jaws
and beg for space
I'll find a bigger place

It won't be long
I'm gonna find a better spot
With the street all wrong
For a parking lot
I know you just the size for me
You're mine, all mine
Come and please don't take it mean

On the radio, radio

Just run inside
Instead of legally
I'll put my hazards on
It's done quite easily

I'll hit the streets
I'll hit 'em twice
I'll make 'em be nicer
I'll hit the streets
I'll hit 'em twice
I'll hit 'em twice

Two, three, four

Long cold walks
Don't compare to
Parking lots
At night
Where we watch
The moon intrude
On the moves
to bold for noon

I think I'm makin' my move
I think I'm makin' my move

Hold my hand
As I hold yours
Will I upside
Reach for those
?
Towards me
Like the waves and moon and sea

I think I'm makin' my move
I think I'm makin' my move
I think I'm makin' my move
I think I'm makin' my, makin' my, makin' my move


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50's Parking song meanings
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    General CommentI believe that last part goes,

    "Reach for those inner thighs
    That gravitate towards me..."
    ModusTheOperandion September 17, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI adore this song.
    especially the cadence in his voice when he sings,
    "I think I'm makin' my move"
    themesmersoundon January 29, 2010   Link

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