"Shove That Sax" as written by and Warren Defever Jim Leedy....
It was late last night

When my baby got home
It was late last night

When my baby got home
She was playing free jazz
On a shiny new saxophone

I'm going to shove that sax
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass

She played jazz so hard
I couldn't hear myself think

She played jazz so hard

I couldn't hear myself think
She played jazz so hard

It almost drove me to drink

I'm going to shove that sax
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass

I drink beer in the morning
And whiskey at night

I drink beer in the morning

And whiskey at night
I've got a hunch

I'll have three martinis for lunch

I'm going to shove that sax

Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass
Up your ass


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"Shove That Sax" as written by John Defever Jim Leedy

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