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Song Parodies -> "San Francisco"

Original Song Title:

"Kansas City"

Original Performer:

Wilbert Harrison

Parody Song Title:

"San Francisco"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

Is this a triple "smoosh" or a "sextuplet"?
I'm goin' to San Francisco
San Francisco, goin' there
They've got a lot of groovy hippies there
Wearin' flowers in their hair

I'll be standin' on the corner
Corner of Ashbury and Haight
I'm gonna be trippin' on that corner
Droppin' acid mornin', noon and night
With my Frisco flower baby
Havin' a love-in, man, she's outta sight

Might ride a cable car
Cross the Golden Gate
Or I'll walk twice as fast
To make sure that I won't be late

I'm goin' to San Francisco
San Francisco, here I come
They're gonna have a summer love-in there
And I plan to get me some

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CML - December 06, 2017 - Report this comment
OK, I know both OS's, so I get this one. Too funny!
Patrick - December 07, 2017 - Report this comment
Glad you noticed. Thanks for the comment.

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