They're nice and precise, each one begins and ends
They may win you admirers, but they'll never earn you friends
Fast cars, fast cars
Fast cars, I hate fast cars

They're so depressing going around and around
Ooh, they make me dizzy, oh fast cars they run me down
Fast cars, fast cars
Fast cars, I hate fast cars

Sooner or later, you're gonna listen to Ralph Nader
I don't wanna cause a fuss, but fast cars are so dangerous
Fast cars, fast cars
Fast cars, I hate fast cars, fast cars
Fast cars, fast cars
I hate fast cars

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Fast Cars Lyrics as written by Steve Diggle Pete Shelley

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    General Commentin the 60's, Ralph Nader was an activist concerned with safety standards and such in the auto industry. he wrote a book called Unsafe At Any Speed (perhaps the inspiration for the punk compilation of the same name).…
    80smoviesguyon December 10, 2010   Link
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    General Commentedgy , great dual guitars a true punk classic
    sivillaon December 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIn the 1970s and 1980s Ralph Nader was a key leader in the anti-nuclear power movement. I have no idea what this song means.
    amemton November 20, 2009   Link
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    Song Comparison"Packed like lemmings into shiny metal boxes,
    Contestants in a suicidal race."

    From The Police's Synchronicity II.

    Cars are just so funny.
    ofnothingon February 11, 2014   Link
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    General CommentA bloody fantastic song, which I can only agree with.
    matthewsheffieldon December 31, 2014   Link

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