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Paul Warren

The Lyrics

This song has been done God knows how, but tonight, It's gonna dedicate the people who ride the Escalade. And I wish Cadillac would use this song for their Escalade promotion.
The giant S.U.V.'s on the street, they were there not too long ago. Oh they are big and ooh that's sweet. Down beyond the boulevard. Four doors and a lot of room. And I still remember that my Escalade forever.

When you see the price I paid, I'm sure that you want to own an Escalade.

I'll let the other cars drive by, like ants running by my feet. Beneath the black asphalt and freeway sky, my music plays and I wanna dance in my car with girl as we make romance. And that's one thing I'll remember in my Escalade forever.

They want an S.U.V. to take them anywhere. Or everywhere, more of the same. So they get an S.U.V. that would take them somewhere. But it just broke down and now they're nowhere.

When you hear the price I paid, I'm syre that you want an escalade.

One by one and two by two, past eight by tens and four by fours. The people try to get out of the car, but it looks like a big leap, and the cushions are very deep and I still remember my Escalade forever.

(Song ends with 'Rock and Roll' by Led Zeplin)

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