A Night At the Drive-In
Written By: Sally Matheson

Circle round the drive-in,
a thing from yesterday.
Remembering those weekend nights,
so fun in every way.

Cruise around in circles,
honk a time or two.
Wave to all your friends,
they wave back to you.

Pull into a slot,
rev the engine high.
Then sip a good old cherry coke,
and watch the cars circle by.

Order up some fries,
a dog or burger too.
Then in a little while,
the waitress brings it out to you.

Only thing about the drive-in,
you better mind your p's and q's,
Cause you could end up in trouble,
sitting home, and singing the blues!

Memories of the drive-in,
keep those school grades up.
Or no trips to the drive-in,
you'd be totally out of luck!

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