"Girl in a Car" as written by and Brian Macleod Kim Richey....
Big wet snow the day I left
Didn't stick around like me, I guess
Half a tank of gas, money well spent
Mississippi was a frozen wreck

I'm still in love with you
I'm going south, I'm going crazy
What else am I supposed to do
I'm just a girl in a car, leaving

Shivering on a bridge with a cigarette
Making sure the sun still sets
I look before I leap
Pray the Lord my soul to keep

I'm still in love with you
I'm going south, I'm going crazy
What else am I supposed to do
I'm just a girl in a car, leaving

Sunday morning hit the shore
Gulf of Mexico never seemed so pure
Sit and watch the tide roll in
And I turn west, another road begins

I'm still in love with you
I'm going south, I'm going crazy
What else am I supposed to do
I'm just a girl in a car, leaving


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"Girl in a Car" as written by Brian S. Macleod Bill Bottrell

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