"Push" as written by and Mark Andrew/young David Usher/makowy....
A little bit more than I ever wanted
A little bit more than you could ever say
Did you really think that I'd forgotten
Kicked out the windshield
Water coming in
Fade away fade away

Push just a little too late
Is this what you want
What you need
What you wanted me to be
Always loved me strapped to you
Lock it down and drive me through

Tried to give more than you thought I'd take now
Taking more than you could ever say
Push come to shove
You kicked me in the head
You knock me down
I ripped the handle off again
I wanted more than this
Wanted more than this
Fade away fade away

Push just a little too late
Is this what you want
What you need
Is this what you wanted me to be
Always loved me strapped to you
Lock it down and drive me through

Hands gripped to the wheel
Held too tight to feel
Face pressed to the glass
Please don't ask
One breath one more
It's alright

I could give enough
Have enough
Be enough
You could never stand to stay there
Only only only
Fade away fade away

Push just a little too late
Is this what you want
What you need
Is this what you wanted me to be
Always loved me strapped to you
Lock it down and drive me through

Push just a little too late
I wanted more than this
I expected more than this


Lyrics submitted by Newman220

"Push" as written by Matt Michael Ii Serletic Matt Serletic

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General CommentOne of the greatest songs ever made by one of the best bands ever formed. The acoustic version is beautiful and the regular version is forceful. The lyrics speak for themselves.
    TheAlmightyMagzon June 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAll about sex in a car
    thenarratoron August 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDavid Usher needs a bigger car, I'd assume. I agree, I got the sex in the car metaphor as well.
    BlueStarAngelon June 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's using the analogy of a car crash to describe a relationship.
    Harpy women no doubt, per usual...
    There's a lot of them, control freaks.

    And when you shove back they get all up themselves and you're the bad guy. PSY-CHOT-IC!
    xdvron February 22, 2006   Link

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