"Road Wrath" as written by and Juliana Hatfield....
I'm trying to pass
A fat bastard
In a silver Porsche
Polished and waxed

He don't drive like a man
Fifty in the passing lane
Like an old lady

Just give me a reason
To hit you hard
I'm the king of the road
God is in my car

Teenage bitches
Blaring crap
Out the window of an SUV

Noise pollution
Makes me mad
I could roll them so easily

Just give me a reason
To hit you hard
I'm the king of the road
God is in my car

Just give me a reason
To gun it
Any old reason

I can't wait
For the market to crash
Executive soaks
In a girly bath

Sucking up all day
Took his brain away
I'm the king of the road
Get out of my way

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"Road Wrath" as written by Juliana Hatfield

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    General CommentAs part of one of her "20 questions" sales at PledgeMusic in April 2011 to finance her next album, in response to the questions, "A sincere expression of frustration with that large proportion of American drivers who apparently got their licenses in Cracker Jack boxes, or a lampoon of those with road rage, or a mixture of both, or something else?", she wrote, "I guess it's both. Just sort of commenting on American culture but also trying to tell my own self to lighten up because I am a really impatient driver and not too tolerant of bad drivers."
    NAwlinsContrarianon April 09, 2011   Link

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