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Song Parodies -> "Day Trader"

Original Song Title:

"Day Tripper"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Day Trader"

Parody Written by:

Sioux Denim

The Lyrics

Bored with casinos (da-dum, da-dum)
They weren't exciting enough,
Blackjack and keno (da-dum, da-dum)
Just didn't give me the rush, now.
Became a da-a-ay trader
A speculator, yeah.
It took me less than an hour
To learn how, then I knew how,
(Dum, dadadada-dum, da-dum
(dadadada-dum, dadadada-dum, da-dum)

Maxed out my plastic, (da-dum, da-dum)
And cleaned out my 401-k,
The upside's fantastic, (da-dum, da-dum)
It'll keep on forever this way, now.
'cause I'm a d-a-ay trader,
A market gambler, yeah.
What could po-os-si-bly
Go wrong, my system's strong,
(Dum, dadadada-dum, da-dum
(dadadada-dum, dadadada-dum, da-dum)

Listen mister,
Toss some spare change my way,
A few more nickels,
And I can eat something today, now.
A former da-a-ay trader,
Who learned the hard way, yeah,
That whatever goes up
Must come down, way, way down.
(Dum, dadadada-dum, da-dum
(dadadada-dum, dadadada-dum, da-dum)

Day trader, day trader, yeah.
Day trader, day trader, yeah. (Fading)

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