"Drive Away" as written by Stephen John Cradock, Simon Geoffrey Fowler and Oscar Lloyd Harrison....
You drive the away the best of you
It's all that's left to say
You leave me with the rest of you
You've made it on your way
I need a call to save from you
Just before you go
The more that I've been close with you
The door was always closed
-Chorus-
Drive away, there's nothing you should say
Drive away, but drive us anyway
Get on up and straight you go
There's nothing left to say
And begging not's my place you know
You'll never hear it anyway
There's all the days I let you stay
I saw it made you blind
There's more than I can really say
Why it is it traps you all inside

[-Chorus-]
You made it all get so uptight
I made it in the dreams
You went and robbed an overnight
And they hid behind your scream
They've hidden where I just don't know
I think you've gone inside
I hope the world looks good from there
But I hope it looks alright
We never made it all the way
We never made it all the way
You take the best of you
I'll keep the rest of you

[-Chorus-]


Lyrics submitted by gothic_hobbit

"Drive Away" as written by Simon Geoffrey Fowler Oscar Lloyd Harrison

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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