"Taxi Song" as written by Katherine Sarah Alice Botterill, James William Richard Foulger, Jonathan Edward Paul Foulger, Jonathan Patrick Maher and Timothy John Marshall....
Are we nearly there?
She shifts in the backseat
Are we nearly where?
I don't know which house or street I'm looking for
Dont let me fall asleep again
She says please, don't let me fall asleep again.

No, she'll be just fine
She just needs some clean air
Whiskey, beer or wine...
It depends what kind of night you're looking for
Don't stop at any lights my friend
Please lets just get this over with.

Lining the floors, we cast a look towards the whores
The newspapers and the TVs glowing light
Some invitation to a new civilisation
Where the actors don't drink
Politicians always wink and
My eyes for you will last until tomorrow
What I'll neglect to say is that
I'll think of you someday
Is that enough?
Let that taxi go
Let that taxi go!

We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why
We're so dead, we don't know why


Lyrics submitted by bella127

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