The Cars Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Cars Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Just What I Needed
2 Touch and Go
3 Soon
4 Hits Me
5 My Best Friend's Girl
6 Drive
7 Blue Tip
8 You Might Think I'm Crazy
9 You Might Think
10 Moving In Stereo
11 Ta Ta Wayo Wayo
12 Got a Lot On My Head
13 It's Only
14 It's Magic
15 Gimmie Some Slack
16 Shake It Up
17 Hello Again
18 Wound Up On You
19 Keep On Knocking
20 Free
21 Bye Bye Love
22 Dangerous Type
23 Running To You
24 Candy-O
25 Take Another Look
26 It's All I Can Do
27 Lust for Kicks
28 Double Trouble
29 Double Life
30 Door to Door
31 This Could Be Love
32 Strap Me In
33 Down Boys
34 Victim Of Love
35 Don't Tell Me No
36 Getting Through
37 You're All I've Got Tonight
38 My Best Friends Girl
39 Don't Go To Pieces
40 Up And Down
41 Take Me Now
42 Fine Line
43 Good Times Roll
44 Breakaway
45 Gimme Some Slack
46 Since You're Gone
47 Coming Up You
48 I'm Not the One
49 Leave or Stay
50 Don't Cha Stop
51 Night Spots
52 You Can't Hold On Too Long
53 Let's Go
54 That's It
55 I'm In Touch With Your World
56 Coming Up On You
57 You Wear Those Eyes
58 Magic
59 Let The Good Times Roll
60 Cruiser
61 Shoo Be Doo
62 Everything You Say
63 Tonight She Comes
64 A Dream Away
65 Looking For Love
66 Here In My Car
67 Too Late
68 Why Can't I Have You
69 Go Away
70 Maybe Baby
71 It's Not The Night
72 Sad Song
73 You Are The Girl
74 Since I Held You
75 Wake Me Up (Demo)
76 I Refuse
77 All Mixed Up
78 You Just Can't Push Me (Demo)
79 Funtime
80 Heartbeat City
81 Panorama
82 Misfit Kid
83 Drag On Forever

The Cars Bio

The Cars are an American rock band that emerged from the early New Wave music scene in the late 1970s. The band consisted of lead singer and rhythm guitarist Ric Ocasek, lead singer and bassist Benjamin Orr, guitarist Elliot Easton, keyboardist Greg Hawkes and drummer David Robinson. The band originated in Boston, Massachusetts, and were signed to Elektra Records by George Daly, then A&R head, in 1977.

The Cars were at the forefront in merging 1970s guitar-oriented rock with the new synth-oriented pop that was then becoming popular and which would flower in the early 1980s. The Cars started fresh with their debut album The Cars which went on to go platinum in late 1978. The Cars' debut album was called a "genuine rock masterpiece" by Allmusic. Probably the most successful and well known song from the album, "Just What I Needed", started as a demo in 1977. The song was sent as a mix tape to a local DJ in the Boston area, who played the song in heavy rotation. This soon caught the attention of other DJs, which led to the signing of the band by Elektra Records in 1977. The Cars have mentioned this numerous times including in their "last" interview in June 2000.