Here on this song Drive by The Cars page is a collection of demo covers, free chord sheets, rhythm tips and if required, full lesson tutorials available for purchase.
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This song hails from the album "Heartbeat City" from 1984. This song became the groups highest charting single peaking at #3 in the US, #4 In Germany and #6 in Canada. The song re-entered the UK charts after the Live Aid event of 1985.
There was a video to accompany the single and featured Ric Ocasek's wife. Download the free Drive Lyrics by The Cars below.
This song hails from the bands debut album in 1978 called "The Cars".
The song peaked in the US at #41, but over time the song has become a standard rock classic and has appeared on many compilation albums.
This song also hails from the bands debut album from 1978 entitled "The Cars". This was the very first single released by The Cars and peaked at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Two demo recordings
were first aired on a Boston Radio station in 1977 including this one the "My Best friends Girl". Needless to say, the phones started ringing. Several others have covered the song including The Strokes, The Killers and Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
In 1979 The Cars released their "Candy-O" album with this song as the lead off single. The song peaked at #14 in the US and charted in several other countries including a #5 in Canada and a #6 in Australia.
The hand clap and shouting came from a 1962 song called Let's Go (Pony) by a group called The Routers.
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This one hails from the 1984 "Heartbeat City" album and peaked at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached #1 on the Top Tracks Chart.
The music video was shot at The Hilton Family Home in Beverly Hills which was leased out to the band by Kathy Hilton (mother of Paris). Download the free Magic by The Cars lyrics below.
Another great song from their debut album "The Cars" from 1978, this one reached #3 in the UK and scored a #35 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song also appeared in the 1979 film Over The Edge.
People have noted that Fountains Of Wayne song "Stacy's Mom" has a very similar vibe.
This was the first single from the 1984 album "Heartbeat City" and the song peaked at #7 in the US and was featured in the 2016 TV series Braindead. The music video for this song was the first to use computer graphics and won the first MTV Video Of The Year Award. The video cost 3 times the avg video of the day at a cost of $80,000.
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