David BowieShe'll Drive The Big Car

She waited by the moon She was sick with fear and cold She felt too old for all of this Of course she never showed She lugged her suitcase to the bus Melted home through the snow North along riverside She slips beneath the sheets A husbands quiet devoted wife But strangers sad and nervous By the dawns early light Loves lies like a dead cloud On a shabby, yellow lawn Up on riverside She'll drive the big car He'll sit behind She'll keep an eye on Jessica South along the Hudson She'll turn the radio high Find a station playing sad, sad soul Just a little bit louder now South along the Hudson yea Just a little bit faster now Just a little bit louder now Just a little bit angry now South along the Hudson, yea And she'll drive the big car And talk herself insane Just a little bit louder now Just a little bit angry now Way back when Millennium Meant racing to the light He promised her a dream-life He'd take her back to street-life Away from violent water With it's Cormorants and leaves Up on riverside She'll drive the big car But he'll sit behind Bursting her bubbles of Ludlow and Grand South along the Hudson She'll turn the radio way up high Find a station playing sad, sad soul Just a little bit louder now South along the Hudson Just a little bit faster now Just a little bit louder now Just a little bit angry now South along the Hudson, yea Just a little bit faster now Just a little bit louder now Just a little bit angry now South along the Hudson, yea She'll drive the big car He'll sit behind She'll keep an eye on Jessica Just a little bit faster now Just a little bit faster now
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