Ford Fairlane

I had a dream; I had a dream last night
It was a dream where everything felt right
and I saw a car; it was my father’s car and I saw a car; it was my father’s car
and I saw a car; it was my father’s Ford Fairlane.

It had a red; it had a red pinstripe
Inside it was red, exterior was white
with him at the wheel, it was my father’s world with him at the wheel,
it was my father’s world with him at the wheel, it was my father’s Ford Fairlane.

62 five hundred Fairlane, he bought that car brand new
V-8 engine with bucket seats and silver hub caps too.

I had a dream; I had a dream last night
It was a dream where everything felt right and I saw a car; it was my father’s car
with him at the wheel, it was my father’s world
I swear I could feel the wind in my father’s Ford Fairlane.

We took a drive across the USA
We took a drive, we left Southwest PA
We followed the sun, and traveled from coast to coast
We ran with the wind and traveled back home again
We followed the stars and headed for Clarksville, Tennessee.

62 five hundred Fairlane, he bought that car brand new
V-8 engine with bucket seats and matching headrests, too.

I had a dream; I had a dream last night It was dream where everything felt right
I went for a ride, in my father’s car
We took a spin, in my father’s car
We went for a whirl, in my father’s Ford Fairlane.

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