Verse 1

I'm riding shotgun, you're in the back seat with him.

We're in the outskirts of our town, the lights are dim.

In the black of the night my solitude echoes.

My rear-view mirror shows you two are inching close.

The darn bumps in the road sometimes obscures my view.

But it's so obvious, what's going on with you.

Your lip gloss on his lips, it's kind of hard to miss.

And I can't help but think what kind of friend is this?

Chorus

The headlight of a truck lights up your face.

Two long seconds, I'm in hell, you're in second base.

The crossroads we passed, did you sell your soul?

To play this guy-snatching eye-catching good girl role?

Verse 2

So we get down from the car and take a long stroll.

My heart is screaming, but I swear I'm in control.

The ruthless cold of the night bites into my skin.

Or maybe it's me reeling from this evening.

I keep my distance, afraid of what I might see.

But I steal a glimpse, my darn curiosity.

You're walking down the pavement, your hand snug in his.

And I can't help but think what kind of friend is this?

Chorus

The headlight of a truck lights up your face.

Two long seconds, I'm in hell, you're in second base.

The crossroads we passed, did you sell your soul?

To play this guy-snatching eye-catching good girl role?

Bridge

You can spend all day at make-out points,

You can spend all night high, passing joints.

It's all alright, as long as I don't have to see

My crush and my friend together, right in front of me.

Chorus

The headlight of a truck lights up your face.

Two long seconds, I'm in hell, you're in second base.

The crossroads we passed, did you sell your soul?

To play this guy-snatching eye-catching good girl role?