"Theme from Turnpike" as written by Thomas Andrew Barman and Charles Mingus....
He went to the bottom, put his soul on fire
He went to the bottom, put his soul on fire
New Jersey Turnpike riding on a wet night
New Jersey Turnpike riding on a wet night

Maybe he got the rhyme
Maybe he got the eyes
Maybe he got the time counter clock wise
He said, he said
New Jersey Turnpike riding on a wet night
New Jersey Turnpike riding on a wet night

Maybe he got the song
Maybe he got the size
Maybe he got it wrong counter clock wise
He said: "No more loud music"
He said: "No more loud music"
He said: "No more loud music"
He said: "No more loud music"


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"Theme from Turnpike" as written by Charles Mingus Thomas Andrew Barman

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