"Pit Stop (Take Me Home)" as written by and Jennifer Charles Daniel M. Nakamura....
I was driving
In my car
Late at night
All alone

Then he stopped me
Asked me for a ride
There you were
On your own

Now ask me why do I feel my heart's on fire ask me
Why do I feel this strange desire
Ask me why do I feel like i'm falling, falling

Take me home
What a wonderful way to go
Take me home
What a wonderful way to go

Licking your greasy spoon
Jukebox playing my tune
Making out in your room
Blowing up your balloon
Playing you like a bassoon
But if I only knew
Where we were driving to
I wouldn't have let you fill my tank

I pulled in
To your truck stop and i'm
Sleeping on the asphalt eighteen
Wheelin' and siphon gas
And I'm feeling you're my big 10-4

Now ask me why do I feel my heart's on fire ask me
Why do i feel this strange desire ask me
Why do i feel like i'm falling, falling

Take me home
What a wonderful way to go
Take me home
What a wonderful way to go

Take me home
What a wonderful way to go
Take me home
What a wonderful way to go

Take me home
What a wonderful way to go
Take me home
What a wonderful way to go


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"Pit Stop (Take Me Home)" as written by Jennifer Charles Daniel M. Nakamura

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    General Commentooo boy, comparing sex to a semi, couldn't get anymore patton than this
    youeatpoopon April 05, 2003   Link
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    General CommentMan, this rocks! Her voice is soooo sexy
    Tripon June 10, 2003   Link
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    Song ComparisonI think the lyrics and tune of the chorus were inspired by one of Beck's songs from his Midnite Vultures album

    "What a wonderful way" (To go)

    vs

    "What a beautiful way" (To break a heart)

    Similar lyrics to a similar tune.
    Nillerzon December 10, 2012   Link

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