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Song Parodies -> "Spaces In Car Parks"

Original Song Title:

"Song To The Siren"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

This Mortal Coil

Parody Song Title:

"Spaces In Car Parks"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

In the randomly spaced car-park
i tried to find the best space
and a mad-eyed park attendant
came out waving a "park full" sign
and he said
"Can't park here, Can't park here; or I'll clamp you"
"Here I am, Here I am; waiting to fine you"

does an hour still cost 20p
Is it as cheap to go by rail?
and where is the parking meter?
broken by some kids (with rocks)
council says
"This is closed, This is closed; come back tomorrow"
"have you got, have you got a pound to borrow?"

tried to park under a "reserved" sign
this attracts fifty-pound fines
should I park on double yellows
or should I use the "park and ride"
hear me say:
"Where'd I park?, Where'd I park; and where's my car keys"
"Traffic Jams, Traffic Jams, always enfold you"

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