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Song Parodies -> "Kimi's Lost In Baltimore"

Original Song Title:

"Streets Of Baltimore"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bobby Bare

Parody Song Title:

"Kimi's Lost In Baltimore"

Parody Written by:

Stephen

The Lyrics

The All grown up gang took a cross country trip to washington dc but lost kimi on the way back told in tommys point of view
we were souly fond to take the children to washington dc
we met kimi and all her friends in nashville,tennessee
We bought some one way tickets on amtrack tour
and it took us to the city of baltimore
oh her heart was filled with laughter when she saw the city lights
she says the prettiest place on earth is baltimore at night
and she went to macys then a fancy wal mart store but we wnt and lost kimi in baltimore

she got herself a new hair job she got a new seventeen
rented a 5 star hotel in a neighborhood serene
but now we gotta go back and show her just what for
cause sweet kimi's just got lost in baltimore
(insturmenteal)
Repeat last line:But now we gotta go back and show her just what for cause sweet kimi's lost in baltimore

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