"43792 (I’m Bustin’ You)" as written by Phil Wainman and John Kenneth Goodison....
I’ve been living down town LA
I’ve got a 48 Chevrolet
But every time I put that car on view
There came a 43792, I’m bustin’ you
43792, I’m bustin’ you

Well, I took a bottle from the whisky still
To a fella who was feeling ill
But I do recall I drank most of it too.
When I was losing view
I gotta 43792, I’m bustin’ you
43792, I’m bustin’ you

Now look here
I was making up some time
With a chick on the county line
Well there I was my birthday suit on view.
There came a knock on the window too
And a six foot voice in blue
Said I’m 43792, I’m bustin’ you
43792, I’m bustin’ you

Then a friendly down town judge
Said “Son I don’t bear no grudge
But I’d move away from here if I were you.”
Then a voice I’m sure I knew
Said “I gotta transfer too
I’m keeping my eye on you
Cos I’m 43792, I'm bustin' you
43792
43792
43792, I'm bustin' you

Spoken
Every damned chance I get
I'm gonna write your name in this here little black book
Cos your no good for this neighbourhood, y'hear
Every damn chance I get I'm bustin' you
Right.




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