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Song Parodies -> "Well Drive You Around"

Original Song Title:

"You Spin Me Round (like A Record)"

Original Performer:

Dead or Alive

Parody Song Title:

"Well Drive You Around"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I haven't got the recording of this so please - don't be too harsh on me - most of this is from memory
Puke - short for Pukekohe
Mount Panorama - home of Bathurst 1000
Bathurst - see above
Hey I, Im in this race now, so you, you can eat my dust now baby
All I can see, is that your in front - Murph and Dix
Turn on the Television and get my fix
Well I, im gonna win again 'cause its here at Puke
And I, am the fastest here baby
Slowin' down to take the turn, torque it up, rev it up here I come

We'll drive you right round baby right round
Mount Panorama
Right round, right round

Its Bathurst ba-aa-aaby
What more can I say -ay-ay
Were just in time to cross that line
Hear the cheers
No tears, no fears our time has come


I need the fa - aa-ans, I love my fa-aa-ans
I live for the calls
Hearin the engines roar
Murph & Dix - here we come


Weve got to wi-ii-in, it's in our bloo-oo-od
Maybe I shouldnt let people comment on this one, but Im gonna(Im not proud of it; and maybe it'll show - its up to you all)

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