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Song Parodies -> "Swervin' In Your Way"

Original Song Title:

"Surfin' U.S.A."

Original Performer:

The Beach Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Swervin' In Your Way"

Parody Written by:

Aaron Dodson

The Lyrics

This song's about those wonderful people who are hated by insurance companies.
If every highway had construction
Across the U.S.A.
Then everybody'd be swervin'
Into your way
You wouldn't see them flashing their turn signals
And their brake lights too
They'd just crash into you
Swervin' in your lane
You'd catch 'em swervin' at Del Mar
Ventura County line
Santa Cruz on the trestle (bridge)
Australia's got low fines
All over Manhattan
And down Doheny Way
Everybody's gone swervin'
Swervin' in your way
We'll all be planning that route
We're gonna take real soon
When we hear about an accident
On the local news
Insurance companies were losin' money all summer
All they did was pay
And the cops caught people swervin'
Swervin' out of their lane
Hummers and Chevys
And Honda Palisades
Ford Pintos and big rigs
4X4's in L.A.
All over the autobahn
At Waimia Bay
Everybody's gone swervin'
Swervin' in your way
Everybody's gone swervin'
Swervin' in your way
Everybody's gone swervin'
Swervin' in your way

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Guy - November 27, 2003 - Report this comment
Nice parody and an accurate description of traffic miseries which will get overwhelming during the Christmas rush. Good job on this Aaron, keep 'em coming.

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