Cadillac Cabriolet

Cadillac Cabriolet

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Gwyn and I challenged each other to a set of 4 transport songs - boat, car, train and plane. These are Gwyn's car lyrics and my music.

Lyrics: 

CADILLAC CABRIOLET
(c) 2018 Cooper/Jones
 
VERSE
Do you remember that endless drive across the USA
Back in 1998 in that Cadillac Cabriolet
Burning rubber in top gear along the wide freeway
You and me and no worries in that Cadillac Cabriolet
 
CHORUS
Pedal to the metal – Foot to the floor
From the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific Shore
Radio blasting all the way
In that Cadillac Cabriolet
 
VERSE
Do you remember the stops we made at the end of every day
Drinkin’, dancin’, makin’ out in a Cadillac Cabriolet
Eggs ‘n’ coffee, cigarettes at some roadside café
Then turning the ignition on in that Cadillac Cabriolet
 
CHORUS
Pedal to the metal – Foot to the floor
From the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific Shore
Radio blasting all the way
In that Cadillac Cabriolet - woo woo
 
Instr.

Do you remember that endless drive across the USA
Back in 1998 in that Cadillac Cabriolet
Burning rubber in top gear along the wide freeway
You and me and no worries in that Cadillac Cabriolet
 
CHORUS
Pedal to the metal – Foot to the floor
From the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific Shore
Radio blasting all the way
In that Cadillac Cabriolet



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Comments

tcelliott's picture

Cool road song. That lyric is a cool reflection but still gives a sense of adventure and wanting to go... go drive. I like the scratch strums in the guitar and the melody and fun in the chorus. This is a good song, I think it'd be fun to hear this in the coffee house.

Frances Smith's picture

The rhythm of the lyrics is great, and that's part performer, part lyric writer, lovely collaboration, lots of energy, great.

metalfoot's picture

The non-chorded melody+ scratch section gives a nice rock and roll feel to the song. I like what you and Gwyn have done here with this song a lot. A keeper!