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Song Parodies -> "Magic Harley Ride"

Original Song Title:

"Magic Carpet Ride"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Magic Harley Ride"

Parody Written by:

Wild Man

The Lyrics

I like my face into the breeze
and good lady without fleas.
wearing leather head to toe
come on baby, we must go.

You don't know
what's on my mind
come on and go with me
on a magic Harley ride.

Toss those fries ........girl
and moon pies.......... girl
let the ride take on the weight.

I know your really in the mood
for a west coast chopper dude.
Those kind of bikes are built for one
and a Harleys made for having fun.

You don't know
what we will find
Get on the back of me
little girl
On a magic Harley ride

I know you think it's outta reach
that we go to Daytona Beach
Wearing chaps until your cheeks hang out
yeah , honey
that's what its all about.

You don't know
what we may find
Come on ride with me
Tilt-a whirl
On a magic Harley Ride

You don't know
what we may see
Come on ride with me
little girl
and see how happy you'll be

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Overall Rating: 3.7

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