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The Lyrics

Here's a song about racing.
Stave it off, don't let it drive away
The hold you had was sterring wheel, don't sway
You take it just like a man, babe
Scathing at the first sight of drive eh-eh-eh
A link in that old chain

Marlee's in the back just trying to be racing
Her wind on the outside of the car
There's nothing here to drive
But if you wanna buy a car, we might hang out
Give us all something to talk about

The car won't kill you like no other cars
The car will always be fair my own cars
We do greatest things in the right way
Spineless at abandon in vain
A link in that old chain

Lindsey's giving me a little faith about
What tomorrow might bring
There's nothing here to race
Allison always had a heavy driving
For every link in that old chain, chain, chain

You can't destroy or be smashed
All racers fall to drive
Yeah, the car without struggle, babe
It can't fill your heart
Well it's time to race.

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