Workin' on a rusted out '65
Startliner got a quarter to nine
Glue foot, yeah, he's stuck on the floor
That's all there is, there ain't no more

Daredevil takin' too much time
Snake River blastin' rocket ride
To the sky said a friend of mine
With some help and my extra wides

Headin' 90 on a 13
Hey, man, do you know what I mean?
Silver streak runnin' down my side
In the bushes, better hide

Super cruiser, super cruiser

Catalogue got a sell on 9
I don't know, take five
Flat tire and a busted hose
Where she stops know one knows

Super cruiser, super cruiser



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    fu manchu: a wall of guitars. Fu lyrics are a bit obscere or perhaps im too simple of understanding the brilliance that only Fu can produce...

    robopatroloon August 22, 2006   Link
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    A song about fast cars. It runs like a conversation he's having - a lot of what seems to be obscure is just about tuning muscle cars for drag racing.

    TriggerHappyJimon June 04, 2008   Link

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