Well I know that it's late but the words wouldn't wait
I'm really sorry that I woke you up
I don't know what's come over me
If I'm wrong let me know

Do you think I should go
But before you give an answer think of somewhere you'd rather be
All that I have twenty six dollars and the keys to a Cadillac
All that I know

Drive all night go anywhere you want to go
All that I want and all that I need
All I want to know is do you want to come with me
You deserve more than this packing guilt for a trip

I never thought that I would get this far
Searching for the words to say
Summer wind desert stars
All of this could be yours

You know it only takes two words and we'll both be on our way
All that I have twenty six dollars and the keys to a Cadilac
All that I know
Drive all night go anywhere you want to go

All that I want and all that I need
All I want to know is do you want to come with me
Come with me come with me
All I have all I know

I changed the station and our song is on the radio
All I have all I know drive all night
Go anywhere you want to go
All I have all I know

I changed the station and our song is on the radio
All I have all I know drive all night
Go anywhere you want to go
Drive all night go anywhere you want to go

Drive all night go anywhere you want to to


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A Song for Everyone Lyrics as written by Damon Ryan De La Paz Adam Lewis

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    hum... this isn't the right lyrics, this is pasture of muppets... lol

    unxetason March 07, 2002   Link
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    this song kicks ass

    twisteron March 30, 2002   Link
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    Damn, this song has great lyrics...this is seriously one of the most romantic punk songs I've ever heard

    what_punk808on April 15, 2002   Link
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    This is my favorite song on this album. I don't konw what the hell they were thinking when they recorded Beating a Dead Horse though. It's a scar on Lechuza.

    whitefang_2003on April 18, 2002   Link
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    this song always makes me smile...as soon as i hear it i get happy! i reckon that punk rock is tha ONLY way to go!

    Fox23on April 18, 2002   Link
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    this isn't pasture of muppets...but it is a great song and a real happy-making one too and the lyrics are self-explanatory

    loserkidgirlon April 20, 2002   Link
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    I love this song. and I know exactly how they feel...like you just wanna be with this person. If I was her I would definitely say those two words and go.

    sammy4770on April 25, 2002   Link
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    i love this song too! specially the "twenty-six dollars..." bit, i dunno y, it jus sounds rele great, and its meaningful 2, one of my favourite songs on the album

    adon May 19, 2002   Link
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    i love it too. it's seriously one of the most romantic 'punk' songs.. bwah. i luff it.

    xpunkieglitteron May 20, 2002   Link
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    Great song. But what two words is he talking about? I can see one word..yes, yeah, sure, ok...but not two. Maybe the two words are 'oke doke' ...just a guess

    XxfenixpunkxXon May 27, 2002   Link

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