"Trouser Press" as written by and Roger Spear....
One, two, three, kick!

Come on everybody, clap your hands
Ooh, you're looking good
Are you having a good time? I sure am
Do you like soul music?
(No)
Well, do the trouser press, baby! One, two three!

Trouser press fever! Wooh!
Trouser press fever! Wooh!
Trouser press fever! Wooh!
Trouser press fever! Wooh!
Give it all you can
It's much better than
A pre-fabricated concrete cold bunker!

You're so savage, Roger.
Press those trousers!
Ecstasy boost, ecstasy

The coffee increases shirt crease
Turn up for the books now
Trouser it to me
Don't hang me up now

The programme you have been listening to is a one-act play in eight parts by G. G. Dunnett for eighteen albatrosses and reservoir. The part of Old Bill was played by a frying pan. The other part of Old Bill was played by Sir Rupert Carpet who found a pair of swimming trunks on his head and was surprised


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    General CommentI LOVE THIS SONG! SO MUCH! The gay voice just makes me orgasm in my pants.
    PrincessLyron November 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm so glad I'm not the only one.

    This song is amazing. I sing it all the time with my one other friend who has it. Makes my life interesting.
    fluffyhuskyon May 05, 2010   Link

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