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A little blind spider took the wheel
Navigatin' grass blades completely by feel
Gotta sassy chassy sparkle in the sun
All four small bald fat tires rockin' through the sand and burnin' up
Little dune buggy in the sand
Little blue dune buggy in my hand

Okay I got a rubber band motor hummin' on the beach ready for fun
Quit spinnin' that web and come out and play in the sun
Eight thimble sized cylinders to be as smooth as you please
Spider's bad ass fat old abdomen stuck in the bucket seat

Little dune buggy in the sand
Little blue dune buggy in my hand

Squishy transmission was caught in drive
Spiderman was squintin' at the sand and the sky
Spiderwoman in the front seat screamin' go go go
He's ridin' the accelerator down to the floor with his fuzzy little toe oe oe oe oe

Little dune buggy in the sand
Little blue dune buggy in my hand

Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy

Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy
Little blue dune buggy



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