"Camaro" as written by Jared Followill, Matthew Followill, Nathan Followill and Caleb Followill....
She look so cool in her new Camaro
It's black as coal and it goes boy, go go go
I brought my fight next to her Camaro
And when I fire on a smile then she blows, she blows

I'm makin' eyes through my sharp sunglasses
She's such a brat now I'm packin' her cigarettes
I guess I'll take off these great sunglasses
It makes her look me in the eye before she's taken away

So cool in her new Camaro
It's black as coal and it goes boy, go go go
She looks so cool in that new Camaro
So black as coal and it goes, don't it go go go

She look so cool in her new Camaro
It's black as coal and it goes boy, go go go
I brought my fight next to her Camaro
And when I fire on a smile then she blows, she blows
She blows, she blows

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"Camaro" as written by Jared Followill Caleb Followill

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    General CommentLove the guitar sound on this! Its awsome. Love the whole album tbh.
    Tishleton September 24, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhen i hear this i think of one of those crap 1980 style Camaros with the bottom all rusted out & some douchebag with a mullet driving thinkin he's hot shit.

    i know every town has at least 2, you guys know what i'm talking about
    CallieAwesomepantson March 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNot exactly a 'deep' song, but it's cool. Yes, sadly I think of a guy with a leather jacket and a mullet on a motorcycle. It's so so so wrong.

    This song reminds me of a story my friend told me. He was stopped in his car at a red light, when a girl pulled up in the lane next to him. They were both wearing sunglasses. They smiled at eachother, and when the light turned green they started to race.

    I want every day of my life to be like that.
    The Tallest Manon April 06, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti picture a hot girl in a black camaro pulling up
    beside a guy on a motorcycle at a red light. Then
    when the light turns green they both take off.
    Persuasionon April 08, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah, i agree Persuasion
    jannet_of_leonon September 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThink of the hottest girl in town, driving the nicest sports car, but free to roam the guys... and think of the guy who's the hottest biker, who can get any girl he wants, yet he choses to keep looking at this one... and they both know in their minds what one another is thinking... and they are just so cool for one another...
    Kutenianon January 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is the shiiiiit, there should be more comments.
    I'd like to make eyes through my sunglasses at Caleb (:
    I like the song Never Let You Go by Third Eye Blind JUST because one of the guitar riffs in it sounds like the Camaro one.
    ashie__xon May 26, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song makes me want a Camaro!! :)

    The meaning you can pretty much get from one listen. This song reminds me of ‘Sex on Fire’, what with its guitar that sounds like it needs a good oiling and the abrupt ending but all in all this is a much better tune in my opinion.
    eowyn20ukon July 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentCaleb's ANIMA!!!

    The Woman represents the Feminine aspect of his consciousness - emotions, nurturing, etc.
    The Car represents the new way of doing stuff, I think...
    Camaro - speed, sophistication.
    Black denotes power and mystery.

    In this song he expresses his desire to "get with" this Woman (his feelings, nurturing, evolutionary wisdom).

    In "Knocked Up," he & the Anima have a baby ( baby = "fruit, product," aka, the next album)...
    boilingicicleon September 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentShe looks so cool in her new Camaro
    i love this album...this song is really upbeat i like it alot
    hayesrjon December 15, 2009   Link

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