"Bucket T" as written by and Don/christian Altfeld....
Bucket bucket T T, bucket T bucket T,
Bucket bucket T T, bucket T bucket T,
Bucket bucket T T, bucket T bucket T,
Found her in a barn in Tennessee
I paid five bucks for my Bucket T
Took me three years of sweat and blood
To clean off all that Tennessee mud

My Bucket T (Bucket T)
Bucket T (Bucket T)
My Bucket T (Bucket T)
My Bucket T (Bucket T)
T T T... Bucket bucket bucket...

Cruise down the street in front of school
I want to rev it up but I gotta be cool
Drivin' down the road I'll get my kicks
A'poppin' the clutch and a'slippin' the sticks


I was right, too, she's first in her class
There's nothing on the freeway she don't pass
All the girls want to take a ride with me
But there's only one seat in my Bucket T


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"Bucket T" as written by Don Altfeld Dean Torrence

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    General CommentThis is a realy sweet song off A Quick One. I think it's written about a Model T ford car from the early 1900's which has a bucket seat in the back. Very cool cars, my grandpa has one. suprised no one else has posted.
    barharhar51on July 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentKeith Moon sings this
    eleven-seventy1170on January 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song was originally released on a EP called "Ready, Steady, Who!". The name parodied the Birtish TV Pop Show called "Ready, Steady, Go!". The EP featured another two similar covers: "Batman" and "Barbara Ann". The full EP can now be found on the remastered version of "A Quick One".
    87thon February 15, 2006   Link
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    My OpinionThis is my favourite cover The Who ever did. It's priceless-- featuring Keith Moon on lead vocals on one of his personal favourite songs (plus also Entwistle plays a mean trumpet solo)
    UKnowWhereUAreon September 17, 2009   Link

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