"I Drove All Night" as written by Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg....
I had to escape, the city was sticky and cruel
Maybe I should have called you first
But I was dying to get to you
I was dreaming while I drove
The long straight road ahead
Uh-huh, yeah
Could taste your sweet kisses, your arms open wide
This fever for you was just burning me up inside

I drove all night to get to you
Is that all right?
I drove all night crept in your room
Woke you from your sleep to make love to you
Is that all right?
I drove all night

What in this world keeps us from falling apart?
No matter where I go
I hear the beating of our one heart
I think about you when the nights is cold and dark
Uh-huh, yeah
No one can move me the way that you do
Nothing erases this feeling between me and you

I drove all night to get to you
Is that all right?
I drove all night crept in your room
Woke you from your sleep to make love to you
Is that all right?
I drove all night

I taste your sweet kisses, your arms open wide
This fever for you was just burning me up inside
I drove all night to get to you
Is that all right?
I drove all night crept in your room
Is that all right?
I drove all night


Lyrics submitted by t3rom

"I Drove All Night" as written by Tom Kelly Billy Steinberg

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    General CommentThis is purely a love song about two lovers but I have always associated it with the events in my life.

    I love how she sings ``I had to escape, the city was sticky and cruel``.

    I wish I could escape from the city or perhaps my miserable life...
    t3romon January 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI just love this song, it reminds me of my college years in a small town where my friend used to play this song. j
    a beautiful love song.
    This was a comment from Iran
    Behrouzveton January 17, 2011   Link

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