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I may not drive a classy car...
by Ed Matlack
Monday, April 09, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I may not drive a sassy car,

I may not drive a racy car,

I may not drive a fast car,

I may not drive an MPG car,

But I drive what I like, she is my star…


Sure I wish for another,

Something newer with heated seats,

Something with a paint job that I can shine,

But maybe that will come my way somewhere down the line…


What I drive is what I drive,

It gets me from point A to point B,

And does so quite altogether nicely,

Yes, she is a big American boat,

I doubt though she’d be able to float…J


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Reviewed by Mr. Ed
What I drive is what I drive,
It gets me from point A to point B

I've decided that I'm going to switch to a bicycle real soon,
I refuse to pay nearly Five Dollars for a gallon of gasoline.

Yet, the oil companies are making billions of dollars in profit,
And our 'leaders' give them huge tax breaks, and refuse to stop it.

Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg
she needs a name and she adores your gratitude
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Feel the same Way as you do, love my car as it gets me when i want to go and where. Good post again, you did it again, something of interest, hopefully to all, but to me.
Reviewed by Paul Berube
You drive an "AMERICAN" car. That's the most important part of it of all. It supports OUR WORKERS and OUR OWN ECONOMY.
You make me proud, my friend. REAL AMERICANS DRIVE AMERICAN!
You drive what you got, that goes for all we are too, but your car looks quite nice from the picture Jersey, bless ya!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
…But you drive a classic car!

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
I agree with the lines and words of this one completely. I have a ten-year-old Taurus, best car I have ever had. Hoping it will last another ten. I won't, but i hope it does.
Reviewed by Ruan Mills Burke
I love my old Vauxhall. They don't make them like that any more.
She's simple and sturdy, no complex computerised garbage, I can fix her myself most times. She's comfortable, reliable, economical and has a great heater. Can't ask for more than that.
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