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Song Parodies -> "Movin'"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Young Rascals

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Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Movin’--On a rainy afternoon
L.A. --Couldn’t get away too soon

I can’t imagine any pavement wetter
It makes me think that we should have stayed together
There ain’t a van I’d rather use instead of

U-Haul---Down the crowded 405
Towin’ all my crap-no 4-wheel drive

There’s always lots of things left behind
Our overpriced dump and that daily grind
And all those crappy people in the street just

Standin’---By a freeway overpass
Beggin’-- There’s a lower lower class

(Got spare change…….x3)

We’ll keep on dishin’ money out this way
They’re gonna keep on comin’ in each day
I’m gonna move on up to Monterrey

Hope this truck makes it there
It’s in such disrepair

Movin’ ---On this windy afternoon
Leavin’---cannot get away too soon


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TJC - October 15, 2007 - Report this comment
Very nice flow... so smooth (rain slickened?) it sings it self!

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