"Laundromat Song" as written by and Joseph Genaro Dean Sabatino....
One, two, one-two-three-four!

Soap and quarters and bleach and laundry
Are the words I use at the laundromat
Reading the news, and watching the people
That's what I do at the laundromat

At the laundromat my heart grows fat
(Ah, ah)
As my clothes get dry I stop and sigh
(Ah, ah)

There's a girl washing her clothes
I'm in love but nobody knows
She looks sixteen or seventeen
My mind grows dirty when my clothes get clean

She's so young and tall
(Ah, ah)
I'm gonna give her my all, or Borax! (ah, ah)

I'm not a subtle guy
I'll go to her and sigh
"If I don't see you again my love
I must surely die"

Clothes go round and round
And my heart goes up and down
She's drying her jeans
In separate machines

She's loading up her granny cart
(Ah, ah)
Goin out the door, it's breaking my heart
(Ah, ah)

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"Laundromat Song" as written by Dean Sabatino David Schulthise

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    General CommentThey played this live tonight! One of their very best songs. Whole song is great, best line is: "she's drying her jeans, in separate machines."
    TonyInPortlandon April 20, 2015   Link

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