Rose Royce - Car Wash

Car Wash

Original songwriter: Norman Jesse Whitfield

Ooh ooh, you might not ever get rich

But let me tell ya it's better than diggin' a ditch

There ain't no tellin' who you might meet

A movie star or maybe even a Indian Chief...

Workin' at the car wash

Workin' at the car wash, yeah

Come on and sing it with me car wash

Sing it with the feelin' ya'll car wash, yeah

Ooh come some of the work gets kinda hard

This ain't no place to be if you planned on bein' a star

Let me tell you it's always cool and the boss don't mind sometimes if ya act the fool

At the car wash whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa talkin' about the car wash, yeah

Come on, ya'll and sing it for me, car wash

Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh car wash, yeah

Work and work

Well, those cars never seem to stop coming

Work and work

Keep those rags and machines humming

Work and work

My fingers to the bone

Keep up, I can't wait 'till it's time to go home

Hey, get your car washed today fill up and you don't have to pay

Come on and give us a play

Do the wash, right away

Car wash talkin' 'bout the car wash car wash, girl

Come on, ya'll let's sing it with me car wash

Sing it with feelin', ya'll car wash, girl

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa those cars never seem to stop comin'

What'd I say keep those rags and machines hummin'

Additional information

Disgocs ID

30148

Artist Information

R&B Funk/Disco band formed in South Central Los Angeles in the early 70s. Consisted of: Kenji Brown (guitar), Lequeint 'Duke' Jobe (bass), Victor Nix (keyboards), Kenny Copeland, Freddie Dunn (trumpets), Michael Moore (saxophone), Henry Garner and Terrai Santiel (drums)

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