do you want to go for a ride
we can leave today
we can take my yellow car
and we'll just take a day off work
no one will notice anyway
our hands will dance upon the breeze
the windows opened up too far
we can take my yellow car

do you wanna go for a ride
we can take the train
all across the frisco bay
and when the traffic starts and stops
with all its music tied in knots
and when the stoplight turns to green
the city's borne into a new scene
if you wanna take the train

cracks crawling the walls
reaching out for the miracles
the trees are bowing their heads to you
and the whispered pride is still in your mind

do you wanna go for a ride
we should leave right now
we can take the city bus
ten thousand people wait in line
their hopes might fail them any day
i'll fall asleep against the glass
and through the tint i'll see our lives pass

i will not give you anything
i'd rather throw this all away
goddamn your two faced open song
you're not worth the blood that's in your face
and when the time comes down to choose
between your words and what you do
you won't have anything to say
and we're still waiting for the truth

waiting for the truth

oh wait here for the truth

the car is burgeoning
and so are your eyes
somethings wrapped in this photograph
we need alcohol to talk us all to sleep


Lyrics submitted by indie.mom

monrovia song meanings
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