On Saturday as I walked down
The street I heard the sound
Of a fingernail on glass
which made me stop and spin around

I was standing by the swishest
Limousine I'd ever seen
With the rear window lowered
To reveal a girl in green
She spoke to me so sweetly
You could cut it with a knife
And you stunned me with a phrase
I will remember all my life

Luxury upholstery and a cocktail cabinet
Patent pending glass partitions and a television set
Wait til you have seen inside my limousine

Then she beckoned to me
and I didn't dare resist
Quite convinced this would compensate
For all I ever missed

"What a lovely car" is all that
I could find to say
But she gave me no reply
And yet refused to look away
By then we glided right up
To her mansion by the sea
And it seemed hard to believe
That she had really said to me

Luxury upholstery and a cocktail cabinet
Patent pending glass partitions and a television set
Wait til you have seen inside my limousine

Well we sat around the whiskey
And discussed the human race
And her father bored with riches
Took a liking to my face
And he gave me off his property
And she became my wife
But on Tuesday she walked out on me
To seek the honest life

Now it's Saturday again
On High Street
I wonder if I'll stop to say

Luxury upholstery and a cocktail cabinet
Patent pending glass partitions and a television set
Wait til you have seen inside my limousine


Lyrics submitted by warpseven

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