"Pull Up To The Bumper" as written by Dana Manno, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare....
Driving down those city streets,
Waiting to get down,
Won't you get your big machine,
Somewhere in this town?

Now in the parking lot garage,
You'll find the proper place,
Just follow all the written rules,
You'll fit into the space.

Pull up to my bumper baby,
In your long black limousine,
Pull up to my bumper baby,
And drive it in between.

Pull up, to it, don't drive, through it,
Back it, up twice, now that, fit's nice.

Operate around the clock,
Why don't you come in?
I've got lot's of space for everyone,
Why don't you my friend?

(Lines are short),
I'll pick you up so won't you please come on,
Shiny sleek machine believe,
It I've got to blow your horn.

Pull up to my bumper baby,
In your long black limousine,
Pull up to my bumper baby,
And drive it in between.

Pull up to it, don't drive through it,
Back it, up twice, now that fits nice,
Race it, straighten it, let me lubricate,
Pull up to my bumper baby.


Lyrics submitted by gummomohawk

"Pull Up to the Bumper" as written by Robbie Shakespeare Dana Manno

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    General Commenti dunno what this song is about but my god is it sexy
    gummomohawkon May 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentc'om on you dont need to be a rocket scientist to work out what this funktastic tune is about. a sexually explicit song from dearest gracie about rear entry sex, fellatio and using cocaine to enhance the pleasure. many years ago now when this song was considered realy cool! me and a-kinda girlfriend i had always ended ou in bed with this song booming from stereo
    SMOKIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    andrei069on July 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYes, the subject matter seems pretty obvious.

    The bass/synth combo on this is genius.
    I could listen to this on repeat all day and not get tired of it.
    j1eron April 12, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti love this song but that has got to be one of the worst sex metaphors ever!
    TrampVampon April 27, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt's got nothing to do with buggery you perverts. It's an autobiographical account of the time when Grace worked as a car parking steward at Wolverhampton racecourse
    mycheezyhelmon February 25, 2015   Link

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