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Song Parodies -> "Last Stop, Edge Hill"

Original Song Title:

"Last Stop This Town"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Last Stop, Edge Hill"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

Edge hill is a station just outside of Liverpool, UK
Trains suck, when the wheels aren't spinning
try to get, somewhere far on time
the driver seems, never to be early
are you missing the connection then?

take a plane, you might live to see tomorrow
take a car, well, i never liked to drive

just walk.

Trying to get out of Liverpool
when the transport systems gone to pot
cause the bus drivers are on strike today
but the bus conductors not

what if trains and stuff would only run like the say
then i could get to Manchester in an hour and not a day

this train is gonna fill, but the last stop is Edge Hill (what?)
is there a taxi there to go today
er, not quite

Just walk.

why don't i get a bike and ride to Manchester its quicker
I know the rail service and the motorways are jokes

this train is gonna fill, but the last stop is Edge Hill (what?)
is there a taxi there to go today
go today
just walk

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