"Driving Music" as written by William Thomas Emmanuel and Steve Kipner....
I'm a taxi driver on an all-nighter
Don't want to fall asleep at the wheel
Play me some feel
4 AM business is slow
I listen to my radio
If no one flags me down, I turn up the sound
Moving to the beat
I cruise the empty streets
Changing the gears
Filling up my ears
Help me stay awake
Don't take a commercial break
I need another fare
So stay on the air
Won't you play me some driving music
Won't you play me some driving music
I'm a daydreamer
My speedometer says
I'd better take it slow
Or my speaker's gonna blow up
Help me stay awake
Don't take a commercial break
I need another fare
So stay on the air
Won't you play me some driving music
Won't you play me some driving music
Please won't you play me my request
I want to hear it one more time
Just for luck
Spin it again 'fore the sun comes up
Seems like I'm always changing dials
Station to station, mile after mile
Won't you play me some driving music
Won't you play me some driving music


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"Driving Music" as written by Stephen Kipner T. Emmanuel

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