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Song Parodies -> "Drivin'"

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Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

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The Lyrics

I was alright
For a while
I could smile all the while
But I got a fright
When ticketed that night
As you told me to -- slow down

You wished me well, then said I drive like a clown
You couldn't tell that later I'd be

Drivin' over you
Drivin' over you

As I told you so long
'Cause now I'm sitting all alone
Alone and Drivin', Drivin', Drivin, Drivin

It's hard to understand
Because of that scandal
Can start me Drivin

I thought that when I ran over you
There'd be goo - so much goo
I saw so much
Than I did before

But did you think it through?
For you never loved me
So I'll always be

Drivin' over you
Drivin' over you

Yes, now your own
And from this moment on
I'll be drivin',drivin', drivin', drivin'
Yeah, I m Drivin'
Drivin' over you

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Michael Pacholek - May 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Billy Joel drives better than you write. So did Harry Chapin. So did Keith Moon.

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