Well, I don't know 'cause he was just a cab driver
So I don't know about at all
He used to take the tourists from the airport
Drive to Soho and Southhall

He was a time and a half man
But as honest as the day is long
And he take you where you wanted to go
Where you wanted to go

Where you wanted to go

Well, I don't know, never do a runner
You have to pay the fare
Or your legs could get broken
As you run down the thoroughfare

Well, I don't know 'cause he was just a cab driver
So I don't know about at all
He used to take the tourists from the airport
To Mount Pleasant and the Albert Hall

But I don't know with the backseat confessions
On the value run
Clean up in the morning
When the job is done

And he told me all that he knew
There's always someone who knows more than you
Drop me at the top of my mews
There's always someone who knows more than you

And he told me things
That you don't wanna know
Like the valuable was the place
Where you should go

But I don't know 'cause he was just a cab driver
So I don't know about at all
But he take you where you wanted to go
Where you wanted to go

Where you wanted to go
Where you wanted to go

Where you wanted to go
Where you wanted to go
Where you wanted to go
Where you wanted to go


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Cab Driver song meanings
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