"Garbo (aka In and Out)" as written by Jeremy Max Finer and Shane Patrick Lysaght Macgowan....
Garbo (aka In And Out)
(1990, from the movie and soundtrack release of Garbo)
[S. MacGowan / J. Finer]

Saint-Tropez in the golden days of the gorgeous Brigitte Bardot
Heaven's night is burning bright at the gates of El Dorado
I tasted sin among the bins down at Alvarado,
Melbourne's sweet, the sunny streets, the beauty of the garbo

In and Out
Catch me if you can
All the lovely sheilas love the garbo man

By the crack of dawn, as the day is born and the world is all aslumber
And amidst the dreams and unborn schemes and the rolls of distant thunder
If you should stir, you'll hear a word that will fill your heart with wonder,
As the garbo trucks take away the muck of last night's puke and chunder

In and Out
Catch me if you can
All the lovely sheilas love the garbo man

Follow me among the shit me boys stinking all and rough,
They'll never dump anything useful but they surely dump enough
I got me end away me boys a couple of times last night
But now I'm on the truck once more, I'm head to toe in shite,
I'm shitfaced and I'm stoned, I want to be alone,
But all the lovely Sheilas love a garbo man

In and Out
Catch me if you can
All the lovely sheilas love the garbo man

In and Out
Catch me if you can
All the lovely sheilas love the garbo man


Lyrics submitted by epiwoosh

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    General CommentThis song is about how garbage men get all the girls. And rightfully so, considering they have one of the rare jobs in the world that is actually necessary. :)
    epiwooshon January 21, 2015   Link

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