Rubber Lover

Album: Duke Pandemonium (2009)
Charted: 12
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  • Johnny had a pink rubber lover
    Pinned her to the roof of his house
    The Mothman prophesied some good times
    Maybe hes just calling out

    Funky all the way home
    It's regular except for the number
    Funky all the way home
    Funky all the way home

    Girl, you're making me scream
    My rubber lover,
    Girl you're making me scream
    My rubber lover

    Johnny had A.N. Other lover
    Pinned her to the roof of his house
    The Mothman prophesied some good luck
    Maybe hes just calling out

    Funky all the way home
    It's regular except for the number
    Funky all the way home
    Funky all the way home

    Girl, you're making me scream
    My rubber lover
    Girl, my rubber lover

    Girl, you're making me scream
    My rubber lover
    (funky all the way home, funky all the way home)

    Girl, you're making me scream
    My rubber lover
    Girl Writer/s: BILLY JOEL, John Paul Reid, JOHN REID, Simon Alexander Neil, SIMON NEIL
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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