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​Drive You Home

This song is by Jean Beauvoir and appears on the album Drums Along The Mohawk (1986).

A Saturday afternoon
Night time was coming soon
I was sitting in Ribby's backyard
Just reading a playboy ooh
Looked over the fence to see
What was walking in front of me
I said to Bobby and Rib
Better check out my high jump skills

Baby I was thinking later on
When all my friends are gone
You and I can take a ride
But right now my hands are tied
If you wait just a little while
But honey save that smile
That tells me I ain't got a shot
Driving in my car you're not

Oh let me drive you home
Come on let me drive you home
Honey I'm not accident-prone
Only when I drive alone
Oh let me drive you home
Oh let me drive you home
I know your heart ain't made of stone
So come on
Baby let's go home

Well this ain't no fancy car
But it's got me pretty far
And if you come you'll see
There's really more to me

Judge me by what I own
And I know you're not alone
But if you trust my eyes
You might get a big surprise

Come on baby later on
When all my friends are gone
You and I can have some fun
Right up till the morning sun
If you wait just a little while
But honey save that smile that tells me
I ain't got a shot
Driving in my car you're not

Oh let me drive you home
Come on let me drive you home
Honey I'm not accident-prone
Only when I drive alone
Oh let me drive you home
Oh let me drive you home
I know your heart ain't made of stone
So come on
Baby let's go home

Listen, I know you're used to
Some fast fast driving
But maybe it's time you just slow down
Nice an' easy
Maybe we'll even put the parking brake on
Come on let's drive - seats are small
But they're happening