Snow Patrol – Chasing Cars (with Lyrics)

“Chasing Cars” is the third single from Snow Patrol’s fourth album, Eyes Open. It was released on July 24, 2006, in the United Kingdom, as the album’s second single. “Chasing Cars” gained significant popularity in the United States after being featured on the popular medical drama Grey’s Anatomy.[1] It became notable as one of the songs that revealed the impact of legal downloads on single sales in the UK. The song is Snow Patrol’s biggest-selling single to date, ending 2006 as the UK’s fourteenth best-selling single of the year[2] and 2007, on the strength of downloads, as the UK’s thirty-fourth best-selling single of 2007.[3] The single has now spent 89 weeks in the top 75 singles in the UK. Music video by Snow Patrol performing Chasing Cars: Nick Brandt Version, with Garret Lee [Producer], Nick Brandt [Video Director], Jessica Wise [Video Producer] (C) 2006 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

Gary Numan - Cars Singer-songwriter, musician, producer and pilot. *** LYRICS *** Here in my car I feel safest of all I can lock all my doors It’s the only way to live In cars Here in my car I can only receive I can listen to you It keeps me stable for days In cars Here in my car Where the image breaks down Will you visit me please? If I open my door In cars Here in my car I know I’ve started to think About leaving tonight Although nothing seems right In cars *** Released : August 1979 *** According to Gary Numan, the song’s lyrics were inspired by an incident of road rage: “I was in traffic in London once and had a problem with some people in front. They tried to beat me up and get me out of the car. I locked the doors and eventually drove up on the pavement and got away from them. It’s kind of to do with that. It explains how you can feel safe inside a car in the modern world… When you’re in it, your whole mentality is different… It’s like your own little personal empire with four wheels on it”. ♥───────── † ──────────♥ Gary Numan (born Gary Anthony James Webb on 8 March 1958) is an English singer, composer, and musician. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of commercial electronic music and has been described as the “King of synthpop.” Gary is widely known for his chart-topping 1979 hits “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” (with Tubeway Army) and “Cars”. His signature style combines gloomy themes of depersonalisation and alienation accompanied by
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