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Song Parodies -> "Left Or Right"

Original Song Title:

"Right or Wrong"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

George Strait

Parody Song Title:

"Left Or Right"

Parody Written by:

Dawn Watson

The Lyrics

A driver's nightmare...this could be anybody!
Left or Right,
He's right behind you,
You know he's startin' to weave,

Left or Right,
In and out of traffic, you'll regret,
You'll think he's in a mess.

You know he's dreaming,
You think he wantes to turn left,
Oh no...he's back behind you again,

You'll wonder if his mind's just blank,
Left or Right,
He's still behind you,

(Fiddle and Steel Guitar plays)

Left or Right,
He's still behind you,
Now you know he's a tailgating twit!

Left or Right,
You know he's bound to wreck,
Still it seems his blinker is just pointing left,
All along you'll wish you could loose him that tailgating twit!

Oh lord let there be someone he
finds more interesting....oh no...
(Crashing sound effect)
Left or Right, he just slammed into you.

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