From the recording Doug Shock Band Est. 1969

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Drums-Chris Robbins
Bass-Vince Ilagan
Guitar-Nick Morgan
Keyboards-Julius Blue
Percussion-Vic Ilagan
Vocals-Doug Shock
Produced by-Travis Wyrick

Lyrics

She told me she’d be alright in the morning
She told me she’d be alright If we could get the car home
It’s been a long night of good times and my best friends all around me
It’s just too bad my baby couldn’t hang on

She told me she could drive alright if I threw her the car keys
She promised me the best of lovin and I know what she means
So many nights I have stayed up worried But she knows the right thing to say
It’s just too bad my baby Couldn’t hang on


Sometimes you just want to let go of the wheel
just to see where the road is gonna take you
Now She’s got that look in her eye and it’ll make you change your mind
It’s just too bad my baby couldn’t hang on

I told her she’d be alright and I brought her some water
I told her she be alright cause the sun came up today
Last night took a hard toll on us Now I’m staring at the ground
It’s just too bad my baby couldn’t hang on

Sometimes You just want to let go of the wheel oh just to see where the road is gonna take you to
Now She’s got that look in her eye and it’ll make you change your mind
It’s just too bad my baby couldn’t hang on

Seems like all we do is keep talkin bout the same things over again
We ain’t movin forward baby cause Our Love is Quicksand
I knew it’d be another one of those nights when I saw you stagger through the door
Do I carry you up the stairs again tonight
Or leave you lying on the bathroom floor

When the morning comes We’ll just start all over
It’ll be the same thing on and on and on and on
(chorus)
Sometimes You just want to let go of the wheel oh just to see where the road is gonna take us to
Now She’s got that look in her eye and it’ll make you change your mind
It’s just too bad my baby couldn’t hang on