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Song Parodies -> "The Bad Boy Ramble"

Original Song Title:

"Heavy Traffic (up ahead)"

Original Performer:

Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys

Parody Song Title:

"The Bad Boy Ramble"

Parody Written by:

Too Rich Olson

The Lyrics

Lots of older folks these days go around complainin' about young folks drinkin' and drivin' and raisin' cane. They just have forgotten what it's like to have fun!

It's Friday night and I just got paid
I'm goin' out, hope I get back..

No traffic up ahead,
Ain't no traffic up ahead.
I do the Bad Boy Ramble,
Ain't much traffic up ahead.

I stop down to the Liquor Store,
I buy some beer, I buy some more.


I love to drink and I love to drive.
I drive my truck at 95


I throw my beer cans on your lawn,
I drive on the grass and then I'm gone.


Spray paint costs but 90 cents
I write bad words on your back fence.


I carry a ball bat in my trunk,
To bash your mailbox when I'm drunk.


Got Iver Johnson in my boot
For the highway signs I like to shoot.


Growing up is hard to do
I hope I don't end up like you.

No traffic up ahead,
Not much traffic up ahead.
I do that Bad Boy Ramble,
You'd better watch out up ahead.

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