"Tubes World Tour" as written by John Waldo Waybill, Roger A. Steen and William Edmond Spooner....
The girls got embarrassed
When we did our act in Paris
Same way that they did in L.A.
And we really had a battle
When we did it in Seattle
Vancouver on the very next day
San Diego kept us busy
We got so dizzy
With the interviews and radio shows
The fans were no turkeys
When the Tubes played Albuquerque
They stood up and shout and let us know

Bonjour, bonjour
The Tubes World Tour
A mighty important crusade
Tres chouette mi amore
The Tubes World Tour
We'll be leavin' as soon as we're paid

The threw us in the slammer
When we did it in Miamer
Mondo Bondage blew their mind
The kids were screamin' for more in Baltimore
Thought they would never unwind
They rushed Dr. Fee
In Washington D.C.
A.M.A. didn't go for the chainsaw
Played Town Without Pity
Just for New York City
And Quay knocked 'em dead with his big guitar

Buongiorno ate
The Tubes World Touree
A mighty important crusade
Tres chouette mi amore
The Tubes World Tour
We'll be leavin' as soon as we're paid

Oh ho ho ho, thank heaven for little girls
A mighty important crusade
Tres chouette mi amore
The Tubes World Tour
We'll be leavin' as soon as we're paid

All over the world
On the Tubes World Tour
All over the world
On the Tubes World Tour
Everywhere I go
On the T-T-T-Tubes World Tour
All over the world
Bonjour bonjour
On the Tubes World T-T-T-Tour
All over the world


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"Tubes World Tour" as written by Roger A. Steen John Waldo Waybill

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