"Salvador Dali's Car" as written by Tom Bailey and Alannah Joy Currie....
I had a dream, a dream that would make you scream
I was climbing inside a brilliant mind
I was gathering flowers at the bottom of the ocean
And laughing to myself in real slow motion

[Chorus]
Lying in the gutter
Shooting up the stars
I'm driving in Salvador Dali's car
He's driving in Salvador Dali's car
Yeah I'm driving but I just can't get that far

I was dancing with the daughter of Harry Dean
Wearin' a pair of boots that didn't belong to me
And there were half a dozen cowgirls doing much the same
And for one sweet moment I forgot my own name

[Chorus]
I want to feel it
I want to feel it
Yeah Yeah Yeah Let's go

I was drawing up plans to save the world
From all the evil hearts and all those skinny girls
Then I realized I was wasting all my time
cause it was just another movie playing in my mind

[Chorus x 2]
So let's go
See'mon see'mon let's go
Let's go


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"Salvador Dali's Car" as written by Tom Bailey Alannah Joy Currie

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