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A classic car song

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And the article points out it came in response to an earlier popular car song. Another car song I like is "Panama" by VH.

In an interview with Howard Stern, lead singer David Lee Roth explained the meaning behind the trademark song. Although the song features some suggestive lyrics, it is about a car that Roth saw race in Las Vegas; its name was "Panama Express", hence the title of the song. Panama was the name of Roth's car. He had the hood and bumper mounted in his hallway, which can be seen in his video for "SHOOBop". He has a stuffed deer's behind crashing through the front windshield. A plaque underneath reads, "Your First deer, courtesy of PANAMA."
During the bridge of the song where Roth says "I can barely see the road from the heat comin' off it," guitarist Eddie Van Halen can be heard revving his 1972 Lamborghini Miura S in the background. The car was backed up to the studio and microphones were attached to the exhaust pipe to record the sound for the song.

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Yes I listened to the song that inspired this track too.

I'm always amazed at how much I learn when doing these. There's so many great stories and I enjoy the song so much more when I know them. There are some, though, that I just like for itself, just fun little tunes that don't have a message or story just fun and happy. I love the world of music as a second language.