Favorite Smiths / Morrissey song that explicitly or implicitly references a car ?

Favorite Smiths / Morrissey song that explicitly or implicitly references a car ?

  • Asian Rut

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  • The Boy Racer

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  • The Ordinary Boys

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  • Something Is Squeezing My Skull

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  • bonuses: Ambitious Out., Ammunition, People Grow Up, Teenage Dad, Not Your Country

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  • Total voters
    28

eyeball

Member
What's a "Jetson Interceptor"
Some kind of spaceship?

it's this weird british thing

Jensen_Interceptor_Morven.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jensen_Interceptor
 

olibbb

New Member
What about "That's How People Grow Up", one of my personal favourites.

I was driving my car
I crashed and broke my spine
So yes there are things worse in life than
Never being someone's sweetie
 

Belligerent Ghoul

Hall of Famer
It's a bonus choice. Polls allow for 15 choices. Cheers.

What about "That's How People Grow Up", one of my personal favourites.

I was driving my car
I crashed and broke my spine
So yes there are things worse in life than
Never being someone's sweetie
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Dude, last I checked, a van was a car. So, I vote for "Sister, I'm A Poet"
Also the "Fantastic Bird" had a "suspension" system so how do you know it wasn't a car? It could have been a flying car.
Dude.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Honda Streets I Ran

I Know It Skoda

I Just Want 2CV Boy Happy


To be honest, it's not too easy to think of them.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Whenever a poll involves a favorite song and Maudlin Street fits the question, it will always be my first choice.
 
I've never understood why both "This Charming Man" and "That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore" both make references to leather seats, although that is perhaps the basis of another thread. Why not velour?
 
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Anonymous

Guest
to hard a consonant with the v. the o doesnt work either
 

Ryan

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Fast Car, Sharp Turn, Goodbye
 
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