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Marley Purt Drive

This song is by Bee Gees and appears on the album Odessa (1969) and on the compilation No One's Gonna Change Our World (1969).

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Sunday morning, woke up yawning; filled the pool for a swim
Pulled down the head and looked in the glass just to see if I was in
Went up the stairs and kissed my women to make her come alive
'Cause with fifteen kids and a fam'ly on the skids
I got to go for a Sunday drive
Fifteen kids and a fam'ly on the skids
I got to go for a Sunday drive

That's how they are, so I grabbed out the car;convertible fifty-nine
Headed for the freeway; tried to find the Pasadena sign
Ten miles and three quarters more I wasn't feeling any more alive
'Cause with fifteen kids and a fam'ly on the skids
I got to go for a Sunday drive
Fifteen kids and a fam'ly on the skids
I got to go for a Sunday drive

I used to be a minstrel free with a whole lot of bread in my bag
I used to feel that my life was real, but the good Lord threw me a snag
Now I'm gonna be the same as me, no matter how I try
'Cause with fifteen kids and a fam'ly on the skids
I got to go for a Sunday drive

Fifteen kids and a fam'ly on the skids
I got to go for a Sunday drive

Turned 'round the car and headed for home; I guess I realized my fate
Ten miles and three quarters more I pulled up outside the gate
Twenty more kids were stood inside and that made thirty-five
'Cause with an orphanage full of thirty-five kids
I got to go for a Sunday drive
An orphanage full of thirty-five kids
I got to go for a Sunday drive

Sunday morning woke up yawning; filled the pool for a swim
Pulled down the glass and looked in the mirror just to see if I was in
Went up the stairs and kissed my women to make her come alive
'Cause with an orphanage full of thirty-five kids
I got to go for a Sunday drive
And orphanage full of thirty-five kids
I got to go for a Sunday drive

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