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MY LITTLE AUSTIN SEVEN (Norman Long) Clarkson Rose - 1932 Nearly everybody's got a motor car today Whatever make it is, it's the best of all, they say. Well you can keep your 'Austin Cowley' and your 'Essex Six' Believe me, they're not in it with my little bag of tricks It's an Austin Seven, a little baby Austin The cutest little car upon the road I can drive it anywhere, you ought to see it camber Upstairs, downstairs, in my lady's chamber It matters not at all you think it's awful small Believe me boy, it's in If you want to give the wife a ride without all her relations You'll never beat an Austin Seven The house I live in hasn't got a garage and what's more I don't intend to build one 'cause it's a waste of time, I'm sure 'Cause we've got a little cubby-hole behind the kitchen door That'll hold my little Austin Seven The other day I went out driving in a shower of rain That's a thing, believe me, I shall never do again I skidded in a gutter and got washed down a drain In my little Austin Seven. One day I met an omnibus that stretched from side to side Across the road and held up all the traffic far and wide So I just drove underneath it and came out the other side In my little Austin Seven One day a motor cyclist drove up and stared at me, "Thank God!" he said, "I've found you, alright now...", said he And in the place of where his little sidecar used to be He went and fastened my little Austin Seven When driving in the park, a nurse rushed upon me saying She said, 'Now don't you move, I'm surprised at you, I am" She thought I was the baby she'd left sitting in the pram In my little Austin Seven If I ever want to park it and the police ask what I'm at I never have to worry about a little thing like that I just bung it in the cloakroom with my overcoat and hat My little Austin Seven It's an Austin Seven, a little baby Austin The cutest little car upon the road. You can drive it anywhere, you ought to see it camber Upstairs, downstairs, in my lady's chamber I've got a Ma-in-Law and you know how they jaw And she's fourteen stone eleven But she has to keep her knees up and it stops her chin from wagging In the back seat of my little Austin Seven

    


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