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My Tire

Batchelor Tom


These are the lyrics to a parody of Joe Diffie's 'Pickup Man'. This version is written by Tom Batchelor.
Well I got this old tire As a baby, Bounced a hundred thousand miles 'Fore I turned three. I was five first time my house burned down And I was in the kitchen just screwin' around. Well I jumped on this thing 'N bounced out of the fire, I just couldn't live without my tire.
Well it was late one night I was deliverin' a gift, So dark I couldn't see, And I fell off a cliff. Well it was scary, the ride sure was rough, But I hit rock bottom and bounced right back up! I coulda died and I ain't no liar, I just couldn't live without my tire.
(Chorus) Well you could take my stupid tire Poke a hole and suck, And I still wouldn't trade it for a pickup truck. It's got eight-ply rubber
That never has to be darned, You know, if it weren't for tires We wouldn't have ... cars! I've used this thing To escape from countless fires, I just couldn't live without my tire!
Most any night I can be found On the back of this tire just cruisin' the town. Goin' bar-hoppin' along the rooftops, If one starts on fire I'll just bounce right off! This thing's gettin' old but it ain't no dier, I just couldn't live without my tire.
Well you could take my stupid tire And put it on a car And I'd get out my gun And I'd blow your head off. It's got eight-ply rubber That never has to be darned, You know if it weren't for tires We wouldn't have ... cars! Every year it just bounces higher and higher, I just couldn't live without my tire.
A fire, a cliff, or the roof of a bar, Once upon my tire'n you'll never want a whole car!!
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