Crew Slut

Album: Joe's Garage (1979)
  • Central Scrutinizer:
    But one night, at the Social Club meeting
    Mary didn't show up . . .
    She was sucking cock backstage at The Armory
    In order to get a pass
    To see some big rock group for free . . .

    Larry:
    Hey Hey Hey all you girls in these
    Industrial towns
    I know you're prob'ly gettin' tired
    Of all the local clowns
    They never give you no respect
    They never treat you nice
    So perhaps you oughta try
    A little friendly advice
    And be a CREW SLUT

    Hey, you'll love it
    Be a CREW SLUT
    It's a way of life
    Be a CREW SLUT
    See the world
    Don't make a fuss, just get on the bus
    CREW SLUT
    Add water, makes its own sauce
    Be a CREW SLUT
    So you don't forget, call before midnite tonite
    The boys in the crew
    Are just waiting for you

    You never get to move around
    You never go nowhere
    I know yer prob'ly gettin' tired
    Of all the guys out there
    You always wondered what it's like
    To go from place to place
    So, darlin', take a little ride
    On the mixer's face
    Be a CREW SLUT
    Just follow the magic footprints
    Be a CREW SLUT
    Hey, you'll love it!
    Be a CREW SLUT
    It's a way of life
    I ain't gonna squash it
    And you don't need to wash it!
    CREW SLUT
    Hey, I'll buy you a pizza
    CREW SLUT
    Of course I'll introduce you to Warren
    The boys in the crew
    Are only waiting for you

    Larry:
    Well you been to Alabama, girl,
    'N Georgia too
    'N all the boys in the crew
    Is bein' good to you
    I know you're sayin' to yourself
    "This is the way to go"
    'Cause when you need a little extra
    They will give you some mo'
    'Cause you're the CREW SLUT

    Mary:
    I'm into leather . . .

    Larry:
    That's good!

    Road Crew Chorus:
    CREW SLUT

    Larry:
    A lot of the boys in the crew
    Love leather . . .

    Mary:
    And rubber . . .

    Road Crew Chorus:
    CREW SLUT

    Larry:
    Yeh, they like rubber too . . . shrink-tubing
    With a hair dryer . . .

    Road Crew Chorus:
    Trade your spot on the bench
    For a guy with a wrench
    And be a CREW SLUT

    Mary:
    Ha ha ha . . .

    Larry:
    You like that, huh?

    Road Crew Chorus:
    CREW SLUT

    Larry:
    I told you you'd love it . . .
    It's a way of life!

    Road Crew Chorus:
    The guys in the crew
    Have got a present for you!

    Mary:
    A present for me?

    Larry:
    We got a present for you!

    Mary:
    Whaddya got?
    Whaddya gonna give me?

    Larry:
    It looks just like a Telefunken you-47
    You'll love it . . .

    Mary:
    With leather?

    Central Scrutinizer:
    Eh errr, eh eh . . . This is the CENTRAL SCRUTINIZER again . . .
    And so MARY was enticed away from JOE
    By an evil barbarian with a wrench in his pocket
    Lured into a life of SLEAZERY
    With the entire road crew of some
    Famous Rock Group
    (I don't know whether it was really Toad-O . . . I don't know . . . I'll check it out)

    Again we see
    MUSIC
    Causing
    BIG TROUBLE! Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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