"Asleep at the Wheel" as written by Dryden Bloxom Craig, Michael Ian Patrick Weiley, Russell (aus) Thomas and Cliff Mark Grigg....
Suppose your mouth was dry
You wouldn't tell a lie
To hurt your lover

Here in the lonely town
You take some drive around
Asleep at the wheel

Oh the lights are out now
You picked an apple
For your baby

He stares at a picture of Elvis
And the dog's gone missing
You never liked him

Oh why do you look before you leave
Is there a way down
Way down

She got tired, feeling sorry
Now you don't bother
And she don't worry

When she lied down
With the one she loves
'til the morning

And in a different crowd
Bright lights and music now
You find new shadows with you at night

She asks you what you're thinking
It's all too much to feel. Do you cry?
You're asleep at the wheel

Oh why do you look before you leave
Is there any way down

Oh why do you look before you leave
Look before you leave
Look before you leave, my brother



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