"Towtruck" as written by John Melville Lee Archer, Geoffrey Franklin Crosby, Douglas James Falconer, Martin Morris Lubran, Robert David Miles, Gregory Phillip Augustus Perano, Mark Jeremy Seymour and Michael Bernard Waters....
We bought a yellow tow truck
To drive it round and round our neighborhood
We pass it round
Pass around this plumber's friend
Pass it round
Pass around the plumber's friend
And then we even built a yellow tow truck
And drove it out into the big country
We went way past the Dimazio Line
The distortion was incredible
All of Groper's Fat Gang dressed in sleeveless T-shirts
Winging, winging for perfection
Hear them winging, winging for perfection
We bought a yellow tow truck
And drove this organ round the big country
We went way past the Dimazio Line
The distortion was incredible
All of Groper's Fat Gang dressed in sleeveless T-shirts
Winging, they're winging for perfection
Hear them winging, hear them winging for perfection
Generous tow truck
Here it comes
Generous tow truck
We were dancing in a pig marathon
So who's taken my bloody wheelchair?
We got ourselves a stick-book situation here
So we had better phone for the yellow tow truck, hadn't we?
And we had to swab the plumber's fat
We had to hand-crank our way out, we had to hand-crank our way out
But we dragged it all the way out there, and all the way back
We dragged it all the way out there, and all the way...
Back, back
Change down you fools!
Change down!
Stop, stop, stop!
That's it, go home!
It's the end of the song!
So go!
Generous tow truck
Here it comes
Generous tow truck


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