-> "The Fast and the Furious"
Original Song Title:
"Hot Rod Lincoln"
Parody Song Title:
"The Fast and the Furious"
My daddy said, "Son, you're always gonna be nervous
If you don't live a life that's fast and furious."
Have ya heard the story of the import race
When I wasted a Supra and What's-his-face
That story is true, I'm here to say
Drag race down a boulevard in L.A.
Got an old Dodge Charger
Belonged to my Pop
It's black with a matching vinyl top
It's got a big-block engine with a blower
Makes surrounding traffic seem much slower
Now the Supra was all decals and paint
It's a shade of orange I really hate
With a bottle of NOS he thinks it's hot
But a 10-second car? I think not.
Burned out at the stoplight,
Popped a wheelie;
Both cars' rear tires got all squealy
The railroad tracks were the finish line
We were sure we'd be there in no time
About halfway down the track some small part broke
My Charger started knocking, trailing smoke
Brian hit his NOS and passed me (cheater!)
In that stupid orange rebuilt beater
Now I couldn't let him beat me here
So I shifted up another gear
It wasn't very long before
My rear bumper was even with his door
The speedometer needle stopped at 140
His six was screaming, my V-8 roaring
I knew my car could go much faster
I didn't need NOS to catch that bastard
Now a piercing sound woke up my brain
It was the air horn of a speeding train
Heading for the crossing up ahead
We had to beat it or both be dead
This was the longest-seeming quarter-mile
That I had run in quite a while
How ironic, at high speed, time is slow
Hell, blame the filmmakers, what do they know?
Brian punched his NOS again and again
I was neck-and-neck with my ricer friend
Time seemed to stop, all movement slowed
But I kept my focus on the road
To my right was the barreling inbound freight
At a couple thousand tons of weight
We hit the gates as they descended
And cleared the train; the race was ended
My Charger landed with a thunk
And slammed into a semi truck
Did a barrel roll and threw some pistons
Then I heard cop sirens in the distance
(siren in background)
Brian helped me out and gave his car;
asked, "Are you OK?" and said, "Drive far."
And I said, "Hell no, I ain't nervous,
Because I live a life that's FAST ... AND ... FURIOUS."
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