Stickshifts and safetybelts
Bucket seats have all got to go
When we're driving in the car
It makes my baby seem so far

I need you here with me
Not way over in a bucket seat
I need you to be here with me
Not way over in a bucket seat

But when we're driving in my Malibu
It's easy to get right next to you
I say, "Baby, scoot over, please"
And then she's right there next to me

I need you here with me
Not way over in a bucket seat
I need you to be here with me
Not way over in a bucket seat

Alright
Well a lot of good cars are Japanese
Yeah, but when we're driving far I need my baby
I need my baby next to me

Well, stickshifts and safetybelts
Bucket seats have all got to go
When we're driving in the car
It makes my baby seem so far

I need you here with me
Not way over in a bucket seat
I need you to be here with me
Not way over in a bucket seat

Alright
Alright


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    General CommentHaha, I highly doubt there's ANY symbolism or hidden meanings here (if there are, Cake has yet again proven its genius). It's just about how he doesn't like cars where his girlfriend is all the way over in a bucket seat when he wants her right next to him. Just my opinion, of course. =D
    Immortal113on December 03, 2004   Link

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