"Pacific Coast Highway" as written by Kim Gordon, Lee M. Ranaldo, Steven Jay Shelley and Thurston Joseph Moore....
Come on get in the car
Lets go for a ride somewhere
I won't hurt you
As much as you hurt me
Let me take you there
Before the sun goes down
Come on give me your love
Come on baby all you have
I want to take your breathe away
Comon baby
Just like that, you say
You make me feel so crazy
Come on get in the car
Lets go for a ride somewhere
I won't hurt you
You make me feel so crazy

Come on get in the car
Lets go for a ride somewhere
I won't hurt you
As much as you hurt me
Let me take you there
Before the sun goes down
Come on give me your love
Come on baby all you have
I want to take your breathe away
Come on baby
Just like that, you say
You make me feel so crazy
Come on get in the car
Lets go for a ride somewhere
You make me feel so good
You make me feel so crazy


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"Pacific Coast Highway" as written by Lee M. Ranaldo Kim Gordon

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    General CommentI keep listening to this song
    Its really eerie in the dark
    About rape rape maybe? Or Sexual assault?
    whiskeyclonehotelon October 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentRevenge?
    sugaroton January 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti went to see these guys live and had the lyrics to this written on the whole back of my tee.
    iluvyougoldenblueon September 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about a relationship where one person wants to go faster than the other. The person wants all the love they can get, but the other doesn't feel that way. They split, but he comes back wanting an answer, some time to talk, a car ride. Something to win her back.

    I love the line "I won't hurt you. As much as you hurt me"
    NeverWason September 17, 2008   Link

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