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The Plague on Wheels

These are the (not so great) lyrics that accompany the tune “Plague on Wheels”, which there is a link to at the bottom. It is in midi form. The lyrics follow the sax part, after the introduction.

Sheet music for “The Plague on Wheels” in pdf format

I like to live life free, it’s really big with me,
And there is nothing like the freedom of the road.
I can drive on home from work, forget my boss who is a jerk,
When it seems like my head just might explode!
So I get in and drive, be glad that I’m alive,
And pretty soon for-get that something’s got to give.
Four hundred bucks a pop, the payments never stop,
But I just can’t see another way to live!

(Chorus)

Let’s take a spin today, you can just point the way.
I just don’t care the slightest bit how long or far.
1) We’ll see the U S A in my new Cherolet
2) Let’s make it me and you, the B M W,
3) ‘Cuz there’s so much to see in my big S U V
Just don’t make me get out of my car!

You know I pray each day to be re-deemed away
by the glory of highway building deities
From the panhand-lers shilling and the dirty little buildings
Full of lib’rals and min-oo-orities.
Now, out here in my ‘hood, where it’s just grass and woods,
The only people all ’round here are just like me.
At least I think they are; I’d have to start my car
If I was ever gonna check ‘em and see!

(Chorus)

We got each chain big box that sells you beer and socks;
You know they satisfy your each and every need.
Scattered ’round where you can park in an irregular arc
I think they plant-ed some ceement growing seeds.
They kinda look O K, at least they’re far away
Aesthetics here are covered well in all the deeds.
But nature got get back, the ninety foot setback
Is nothing but an ugly pile of weeds.

(Chorus)

One thought on “The Plague on Wheels

  1. Pingback: Car-ful Living « Barataria – the work of Erik Hare

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