Track Title:               Driving South
Album Title:               Second Coming
Prime Artist:              Stone Roses

Producer:                  Paul Schroeder
Producer:                  Simon Dawson
Written by:                John Squire

Lyrics:
Driving south round midnight, man, I must have been insane,
     driving south round midnight in a howling hurricane.
     I stopped for an old man hitcher at a lonely old crossroad,
     he said, 'I'm going nowhere,
     I'm only here to see if I can steal your soul.'

     'I'm not tryin' to make you, I don't want to touch your skin,
     I know all there is to know about you and all your sins.
     Well, you ain't too young or pretty and you sure as hell can't sing,
     any time you want to sell your soul,
     I've got a toll-free number you can ring.'

     Yeah, that's what I thought he said anyway.

     'I'm not tryin' to make you, I don't want to touch your skin,
     I know all there is to know about you and all your sins.
     Well, you ain't too young or pretty and you sure as hell can't sing,
     any time you want to sell your soul,
     I've got a toll-free number you can ring.'

     O eight O O triple six, oh yeah.
     O eight O O triple six, oh yeah.

     I stopped for an old man old man hitcher at a lonely old
     crossroad,
     he said, 'I'm going nowhere,
     I'm only here to see if I can steal your soul.'

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