Yearbook Committee – Drive Me Home Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Baby, it’s your hands that did it to me —
The way you walked into the room
And shut the door behind you
And let your fingers linger on the handle
(You walk away so gently.)

I found a bow and arrow in accordance with the stars
They’re comfortable in my hands
Orion came and took aim at us
But instead you told him a story
Of crying trains and cornfields at night
And the rising Wabash River

[Chorus]
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me home
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me home

[Verse 2]
Tonight the hills of Collett Park
Are graciously covered in catalpa, moon and violets
Beneath our feet the sweet gum briars
Display evolutionary wit

Above you, within this maple
The quiet chlorophyll breathlessly awaits the morning
For the sun, its lover, to cover its leaves with rays
Just the way you cover me
By crying trains and cornfields at night
And the rising Wabash River

[Chorus]
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me home
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me
Come on, drive me home