Drive My Car

song

Asked a girl what she wanted to be,
She said, baby can't you see?
I wanna be famous, a star of the screen,
But you can do something in between.

Baby, you can drive my car.
Yes, I'm gonna be a star.
Baby, you can drive my car and maybe I'll love you.

I told the girl that my prospects were good.
She said, baby, it's understood
Working for peanuts is all very fine,
But I can show you a better time.

Baby, you can drive my car.
Yes, I'm gonna be a star.
Baby, you can drive my car and maybe I'll love you.
Beep beep mm, beep beep yeh!

Baby, you can drive my car.
Yes, I'm gonna be a star.
Baby, you can drive my car and maybe I'll love you.

I told that girl I could start right away,
And she said, listen, babe, I've got something to say.
Got no car, and it's breaking my heart,
But I've found a driver and that's a start.

Drive My Car

Asked a girl what she wanted to be,
She said, baby can't you see?
I wanna be famous, a star of the screen,
But you can do something in between.

Baby, you can drive my car.
Yes, I'm gonna be a star.
Baby, you can drive my car and maybe I'll love you.

I told the girl that my prospects were good.
She said, baby, it's understood
Working for peanuts is all very fine,
But I can show you a better time.

Baby, you can drive my car.
Yes, I'm gonna be a star.
Baby, you can drive my car and maybe I'll love you.
Beep beep mm, beep beep yeh!

Wikipedia
"Drive My Car"
Song by the Beatles from the album Rubber Soul
Released 3 December 1965
Recorded 13 October 1965,
EMI Studios, London
Genre Folk rock, pop rock, hard rock
Length 2:28
Label Parlophone, EMI
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Rubber Soul track listing

"Drive My Car" is a song primarily written by Paul McCartney, with lyrical contributions from John Lennon, and first released by the Beatles on the British version of the 1965 album Rubber Soul; it also appeared in North America on the Yesterday and Today collection. The upbeat, lighthearted "Drive My Car" was used as the opening track for both albums.

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