Hart Brothers
Chevy Song
Lyrics
Chevy Song
Chorus
I had a car - it was called Chevrolet
The body was blue - the fenders were gray
The horn didn't blow - the wheels were all clay
Have you ever been riding - in my Chevrolet
Verse
My brothers and I - had a really great time
On the back fourty - learning how to drive
We bought an ole chevy - for one hundred twenty five
The paint did't match - but man that car could fly
Chorus
I had a car - it was called Chevrolet
The body was blue - the fenders were gray
The horn didn't blow - the wheels were all clay
Have you ever been riding - in my Chevrolet
Verse
We took it out - last Friday night
We rolled it over - man what a ride
We busted the windows - we even broke the door
We rolled it on it's wheels - and drove around some more
Chorus
I had a car - it was called Chevrolet
The body was blue - the fenders were gray
The horn didn't blow - the wheels were all clay
Have you ever been riding - in my Chevrolet
Verse
We took it out - on a Saturday night
The moon was shining - just like last night
Up jumped a tree - n stood in my way
That was the end - of my Chevrolet
Chorus
I had a car - it was called Chevrolet
The body was blue - the fenders were gray
The horn didn't blow - the wheels were all clay
Have you ever been riding - in my Chevrolet
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Al & Buddy Hart
Music Credits: Hart Brothers Music
Producer Credits: ALBUD Music
Publisher Credits: ALBUD Publishing
Performance Credits: Hart Brothers
Label Credits: ALBUD Records
Description
Short Song Description:
Joy riding in an ole Chevy
Long Song Description:
A song about brothers learning how to drive out in the back 40. They have an ole Chevrolet that can really fly.
Story Behind the Song:
We learned to drive out in the pasture where we wouldn't kill anybody but ourselves.
Metadata
Song Length: 4:10
Primary Genre: Country-Rockabilly
Secondary Genre: Country-Rock
Tempo: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Energy
Subject Matter 2: Cars
Mood 1: Cheerful
Mood 2: In High Spirits
Similar Artist 1: Charlie Daniels Band, The
Similar Artist 2: John Prine
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later