"Plastic Saddle" as written by and Mcalpin....
I've got a long black six passenger limousine
A palace in Dallas a club in New Orleans
Diamonds on my fingers silk imported clothes
And I can tell a fast train by the way she blows
So don't give me no plastic saddle lemme feel that leather when I ride
Don't give me no paint and powder honey lemme see the hide
False eyelashes and a false foundation may help to build your pride
But don't give me no plastic saddle lemme feel that leather when I ride

Well I'm the cream of societies a man about town
Never looked for nothing that I ain't found
Some say I ain't right but they can't prove I'm wrong
I know the words to the tune before you sang your song
So don't give me no plastic saddle...
Don't give me no plastic saddle lemme feel that leather when I ride
Don't give me no plastic saddle lemme feel that leather when I ride


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    General CommentThis song is obviously about a man who does not want to use a condom. He wants to feel the leather when he rides.
    j0egarzaon February 18, 2014   Link

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