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Drive My Car (Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving) - The Beatles - Unbootlegged 4 (CD)

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  1. – R.A.D.D. (Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving) Drive My Car/Give Up The Keys Vocals – Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr: – Leon Redbone: My Little Grass Shack Vocals – Ringo Starr: – The Remo Four: In The First Place (Abbey Road Mix) Guitar – George Harrison Voice – George Harrison: – Kate Robbins: Tomorrow:
  2. Blast from the 90s – Paul McCartney Sings Against Drunk Driving in RADD Video In case you missed the 90s, or want to return to them, or don’t exactly know what they are, we present this video by the organization RADD – Originally Rock Artists Against Drunk Driving, but now Recording Artists, Actors & Athletes Against Drink Driving.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Drive My Car on Discogs. Label: Odeon - 1 J M,Odeon - DSOE • Format: Vinyl 7 The Beatles - Drive My Car (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. Baby you can drive my car And maybe I'll love you I told the girl that my prospects were good She said baby, "It's understood Working for peanuts is all very fine But I can show you a better time" Baby you can drive my car Yes I'm gonna be a star Baby you can drive my car And maybe I'll love you Beep beep mm, beep beep yeah Baby you can drive.
  5. referencing Drive My Car / Michelle, 7", DP great single great shame so many have had the 4-pin dinked centre removed, thus making the record worth 1/4 of the value as actually damaged goods.
  6. Robert from Chicago, Il Drive My Car is a reversal of roles. The Beatles are singing from the woman's perspective. Drive My Car is just sex. It is derived from the blues. P.a. from Paris, France Come on Sarah! Nobody's actually driving any car, the guy is not the boyfriend, they apparently just met, she's just a random girl, and it's the girl.
  7. "Drive My Car" is a song primarily written by Paul McCartney, with lyrical contributions from John Lennon, and first released by the Beatles on the British version of the album Rubber Soul; it also appeared in North America on the Yesterday and Today collection. The upbeat, lighthearted "Drive My Car" was used as the opening track for both.

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