Cartrouble

Album: Dirk Wears White Sox (1979)
Charted: 33
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  • have you ever had a ride in a light blue car?
    have you ever stopped to think
    who's the slave and who's the master?
    have you ever had trouble with your
    automobile?
    have you ever had to
    push push push push?

    cartrouble
    you might have seen them very busy at the
    weekends licking and polishing the beep-
    beeps into
    shape and then its proudly up the M.1. M.2.
    M.3.
    and keep your feet off the upholstery Ronnie
    cartrouble oh yeah
    and remember this:-
    you don't need anything after an icecream
    I used to sit at home silently and wonder
    why all the preference is polishing the
    chrome
    while all the mothers and the sisters and the
    babies
    sit and rot at home
    cartrouble oh yeah
    and remember this
    you don't need anything after an icecream
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