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Song Parodies -> "Monthly Bus Pass"

Original Song Title:

"The Warnth of the Sun"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Beach Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Monthly Bus Pass"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

I lived in Chicago for 11 years and was thankful I did not have to own a car.
What good is a car that will never start?
Wasting money does not make me look smart
I have my monthly bus pass (monthly bus pass)
That won't expire (that won't expire)

It's good all the time and easy to use
No insurance or gas, these costs I reduce
Cause I have a monthly bus pass (monthly bus pass)
That won't expire (that won't expire)

I may have to wait longer than someone
I get on and see traffic is no fun
So I have a monthly bus pass
That won't expire

Ahhh ahhhhhhhhhhhhh oooooooooh
Ahhh ahhhhhhhhhhhhh oooooooooh

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