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Song Parodies -> "(My Car's) So far Away"

Original Song Title:

"(I Ran) So Far Away"

Original Performer:

Flock of Seagulls

Parody Song Title:

"(My Car's) So far Away"

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The Lyrics

I hand the keys to my new car
To some girl I've never met before
Never met before
She's wearing slacks and a red vest
When I pull over she says, "I'm valet"
Tells me she's valet

So I gave, I gave my keys away
Gave a tip, "Don't ruin my baby"
It's my new Chevrolet


She shifts the gears and hits the gas
Leaves tire marks but that's okay I guess
That's okay I guess
She's driving faster up the hill
She drove so fast I had lost track of her
I lost track of her

Now my car, my car's so far away
I just hope, she don't hurt my baby
Too late, she drove away

(Longer Break)

My date tonight comes out and says
"Do you know who you just gave your keys to"
Gave your car keys to
I look around and think again
Valet parking is across the street
She took me for a fool

Drove my car, she took my car away
I just hope, she don't hurt my baby
It's my new Chevrolet

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