NME says Thom Yorke is obsessed with transport, but what does that make Moz?

Bill Zero

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http://www.nme.com/photos/hail-hail-rocknroll/154770/13/1

The above link goes to a supposed 'amazing fact' that Thom Yorke's lyrics contain 17 references to cars/driving as well as some to boats, motorways, trains, planes and tanks.

If that's supposedly obessed, Moz must be clinically obsessed. I can think of at least 20 car/driving references, plus a couple of taxis, a van, a truck, a couple of buses, numerous bicycles, a horse, some trains, armoured cars, and a spaceship. Not to mention record sleeves that have featured a car, a motorbike, a bicycle and a plane.

Could one of our resident obsessives please furnish a definitive list, then we can show old Yorkie up as the transport-referencing lightweight that he is!
 

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This Charming Man
You've Got Everything Now
Nowhere Fast
That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
London
Bengali In Platforms
Mute Witness
Driving Your Girlfriend Home
Seasick Yet Still Docked
Speedway
Boy Racer
At Amber
Maladjusted
Ambitious Outsiders
Come Back To Camden
All The Lazy Dykes
Munich Air Disaster 1958
 
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bored

Lust a prima vista
Sister I'm A Poet - Citroen Vans
Ammuntion - Veering cliffward (vehicle implied)
Teenage Dad on His Estate - Jensen Interceptor
Late Night, Maudlin St - drove me home in the van
That's How People Grow Up - Driving in my car
Something Is Squeezing My Skull - Commotion of taxis
Back to the Old House - When you cycled by

A few more off the top of my head.. and I'm outta here.
 
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