lifeblood: songs: lyrics: k.c. girl


i was thinking about
how i needed a ride
from the swimming pool
to the other side of town
yeah i got a cousin
but it's too late to call
and there's a perfect stranger
who can find me
in the last light of the parking lot

thank you
kansas city girl
with your long hair tangled
your tattooed skin
and your hip hop hits
radio
turned down low
kansas city girl
i still hear what you're playing
where i'm coming from
ain't the same
ol'
rodeo

i was thinking about
how quiet it can get
(hip hop hits radio)
(turned down low)
paying for a ride
and you both know what
to expect
you got a job to do
i like to be alone
(i hear what you're playing)
(where i'm coming from)
to watch the city scape
and think about
how i'm old enough
(ain't the same)
to be your mom
(ol' rodeo)

thank you
kansas city girl
with your long hair tangled
your tattooed skin
and your hip hop hits
radio

with your window down
i can feel the summer
it kind of makes me happy
it kind of makes me sad
i was thinking
of all our destinations
where do you go
where do you go
when no one's in the back

na na na na na
na na na na na

thank you
kansas city girl
with your long hair tangled
your tattooed skin
and your hip hop hits
radio
turned down low
kansas city girl
i still hear what you're playing
where i'm coming from
ain't the same
ol'
rodeo

na na na na na
na na na na na

(i hear what you're playing)
na na na na na
(hip hop hits radio)
(where do you go)
na na na na na

words and music by amy ray


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