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Jeepster
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cover song by Duran Duran
Released Unreleased
Recorded 1992-94
Genre Glam rock
Length 4:12 minutes
Label Unreleased
Writer Marc Bolan
Producer(s) Duran Duran
Duran Duran

"Jeepster" is an unreleased cover song by Duran Duran, recorded during demo sessions for the Thank You album between 1992 and 1994.

About the song Edit

Written by Marc Bolan, the song was originally released by the British glam rock group T.Rex as a single from their second album Electric Warrior in 1971

The music and rhythm are similar to that of the Howlin' Wolf song "You'll Be Mine", written by Willie Dixon. In interviews, Marc Bolan has acknowledged that he "lifted it from a Howlin' Wolf song". "Jeepster" has also similarities with Roy Orbison's song "You're My Baby", written by Johnny Cash.

Duran Duran recorded the song with Roger Taylor on drums for their 1995 cover song album Thank You, but the track wasn't included on the final album.

PersonnelEdit

Duran Duran are:

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Lyrics Edit

You're so sweet 
You're so fine 
I want you all and everything 
Just to be mine 
'Cos you're my baby 
'Cos you're my love 
Girl I'm just a Jeepster 
For you love 
You slide so good 
With bones so fair 
You've got the universe 
Reclining in your hair 
Just like a car 
You're pleasing to behold 
I'll call you Jaguar 
If I may be so bold 
The wild winds blow 
Upon your frozen cheeks 
The way you flip your hip 
It always makes me weak 
Your motivation 
Is so sweet 
Your vibrations 
Are burning up my feet 
Girl I'm just a jeepster 
For your love 
Girl I'm just a vampire 
For your love 
I'm gonna suck you.

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