I see the day past me by
When I'm next to you
For the longest time
I prayed that I could ride up in yo Coup
As the wheels, they roll
Time roll so slow
Feels like I disappear
Gotcha eyes on the road
And so many things
It's just like I'm not here

I can here the music playing
Turn it to my favorite station
Wind all on my face
But that's no remedy
When your heart it seem to be breaking
Tell you and you just don't listen
Don't know how much more I can take it
Nothing to say but

[Chorus]
Stop this car
I don't wanna ride no more
Cause it's just too fast
And you wont pump the brakes
Slow down hear what I gotta say
Stop this car
Was our destination too far?
I wanna get out
I don't wanna ride no more
Baby just stop this car

I miss the days when we would
Tour the countryside
And drive for hours on open road
Til the tank was dry
The minutes pasted, we cry and laugh
Get inside you're mind
Now it seems you built a wall
That I just can't knock down

I can here the music playing
Turn it to my favorite station
Wind all on my face
But that's no remedy
When my heart it seem to be breaking
Tell you and you just don't listen
Don't know how much more I can take it
Nothing to say but

[Chorus]

There's nothing worse than being ignored (being ignored)
If you don't want me put the brakes to the floor (to the floor)
When you shut me out I feel so alone
Pull over right here, open up the door
Watch me, I can be gone, oh yeah
Oh yeah, Stop this car, Stop this car

[Chorus: x2]

Dark night surrounding me
Watching you're lights fade away


Lyrics submitted by youaintright20

Stop This Car Lyrics as written by MAKEBA RIDDICK, MIKKEL ERIKSEN, TOR ERIK HERMANSEN

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    Wel 0f c0urse da bad car ride is n symb0lik 0f da luv. i l0ve dis s0ng definatly luv da part when she sings listen! luv it

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