You're Still Not Safe In a Japanese Car

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"You're Still Not Safe In a Japanese Car"
Single by Jumpin' John Goldsmith
from the album Jumpin' John Goldsmith
B-side"Looking For The Bedroom Door"
Released1983
GenrePop rock, Electro, Novelty
Length3:37
LabelAtlantic
Songwriter(s)John Goldsmith
Producer(s)John Goldsmith
Jumpin' John Goldsmith singles chronology
"You're Still Not Safe In a Japanese Car"
(1983)
"Looking For The Bedroom Door"
(1983)

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You're Still Not Safe In a Japanese Car is a 1983 song performed by Jumpin' John Goldsmith that was released by Atlantic Records.[1] The song is about car accidents in Japan, and considered a one-hit wonder.[2]

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  • List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1983 (U.S.)

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