"Studebaker" as written by and Warren Zevon....
I left my home in Monterey
Just another no prospects man
Who'd rather work in the foundries
Than put fishes in a can
I'm twenty five but I have not traveled far
And I spend all my money on this misbegotten car

I'm up against it all like a leaf against the wind
And the Studebaker keeps on breakin' down again
This Studebaker keeps on breakin' down again

I thought I'd go to Fresno to see my friend
This damn Studebaker keeps on breaking down again

I was speedin' south on 99
When the manifold started smokin'
I ran her off the shoulder
And now the axle's broken
Made a sound that cracked my heart in half
With less than half a half pint of vodka left

I'm up against it all like a leaf against the wind
And the Studebaker keeps on breakin' down again
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