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Drive My Car - Nasty Facts - Drive My Car (Vinyl)

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  1. Aug 13,  · My question is what parts do I need to add a vinyl top to my car? Keep in mind my car is an original non-vinyl top car. I know most of you guys don't care for vinyl tops, but I really like the look of it. Some input would really be appreciated, thanks. Aug 8, #2. Tru70SS/RS Veteran Member. Messages: 1, Likes Received: 5.
  2. Apr 12,  · My son is at an age when he is embarrassed by many things: our house, my attempt to engage his friends in conversation, the food I cook, my taste for the thrift shop. But topping the list is our car.
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  4. Drive My Car. Drive My Car, written by Paul, has sly mentions of sexual innuendo. It is a role reversal song, whereas the car is owned by the woman, and the baby talked about is the man. It is a suggestion of sexual favors in return for help with her career. It has some good twists and turns! It was recorded on October 13,
  5. Nasty Facts - "Drive My Car" - classic classic CLASSIC early female fronted punk. I got this copy as trade for helping price a few hundred records. The sleeve was hammered with water damage and just looking bad, but after a bunch of years of owning it I got a nice clean sleeve as part of a trade.
  6. The Beatles originally recorded Drive My Car written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and The Beatles released it on the album Rubber Soul in It was also covered by Ruthie Foster, Tony Trischka, David Keith Jones, Grabbarna and other artists.
  7. I just felt ready, laughing and dancing around as the pit crew prepared my car. “Feet first, and be careful with your head.” For the first time all day, I appreciated being just
  8. American Releases. Although Britain was privileged to hear “Drive My Car” in December of as the stellar opening track on “Rubber Soul,” most of America didn’t know of its existence until June 20th, when it appeared on Capitol’s make-shift album “Yesterday And Today.”Whether the American record label wanted to replace the song with “I’ve Just Seen A Face” in.

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