I’m going down to the laundry mat I’m gonna take my new blue jeans I'm gonna wash them till they turn to dust and smell like gasoline, and smell like gasoline Lets go down to the rail road tracks And wait for the number 9 And when it comes around the bend We’ll hear the whistle whine, we’ll hear the whistle whine Hell's Bells Loretta Why don’t you come too I always do feel better When I’m out with you I want to take you dancing Like my mama said Swing you round in the moonlight And wake up in your bed, and wake up in your bed I got a dog named Nicky, I got a cat named Jake I got a raven, I got a pig, I got a rattle snake, I got a rattle snake Chorus Will you be my lover? Will you be my friend? Do you have twenty dollars That you would like to lend, that you would like to lend? In the winter time its cold out side In the summer time its hot Maybe its my brilliant mind, maybe it is not, no maybe it is not Chorus I’m going down to the gro-cer-ey store Gonna buy me a great big steak Gonna wash it down with a bottle of beer and a piece of chocolate cake, and a piece of chocolate cake If I were the king of France and I had all the gold I’d hide it in the furnace room and spend it when I’m old, yea spend it when I’m old Chorus There’s thunder in the atmosphere, there’s earth quakes in the ground I always get the vertigo whenever you’re around, whenever you’re around Where have you been my whole life where will you go today What’s in store tomorrow? There’s nothing else to say
Written by Sara Hoxie. Song appeared on the album For the Time We’re Here.