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MY BUICK, MY LOVE, AND I Music: Frank Skinner - Lyrics: Jack Brooks Gordon MacRae and Gisele MacKenzie - The Mellomen - Billy May and His Orchestra (Spoken) She: Got the car out, Honey? He: Yes, Sweetheart, it's all tuned up and ready to go. You got your hat? She: Mm-HMM! He: Well, then, what do you say? Let's go! She: Okay! (Chorus:) How I love to drive my Buick With my love sitting by my side; Pretty girl and shiny Buick Fills a fella with so much pride. Driving down the road on Sunday With my car and my heart riding high, For I know that very soon We'll take a honeymoon, My Buick, my love, and I. Riding through the country Away from all the crowd, I'm riding on a rainbow, And I'm sitting on a cloud. Our Father and our Mother Were just as gay as we. What's good enough for Father And good enough for Mother Is good enough for me! How I love to drive my Buick With my love sitting by my side; Pretty girl and shiny Buick Fills a fella with so much pride. Driving down the road on Sunday With my car and my heart riding high, For I know that very soon We'll take a honeymoon, My Buick, my love, and I. (Transcribed by Lou Rugani - The Music of the Stars (WLIP) - April 2013)

    


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