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Song Parodies -> "Lane Weavers"

Original Song Title:

"Dream Weaver"

Original Performer:

Gary Wright

Parody Song Title:

"Lane Weavers"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

Driving – no surprise (amen)
Drivers in the lane weaver’s lane
Why d’ya disengage eyes sudn’ly from your brain?
And weave your car over mine?

Cue: lane weavers
Can’t believe you careen from side to side
Ooh lane weavers
I’m not sure ye can tell ye left from right

Why comply with the mark-ed lines?
May as well just aquaplane...
Cross: your drive way is fantasy
S’help me, I suggest you take train

Cue: lane weavers
I perceive you forget those lines of white
Ooh lane weavers
I believe you can rage of road ignite

Hope the law, they be coming soon
Your cell phone be in sight
Haul you away for your texting like a loon
And beat thee with their sticks of night

Cue: lane weavers
I’m aggrieved: wish the driving Gods would smite
Ooh lane weavers
So naïve: you ignore my horn and lights...

Lane weavers

Lane weavers – weavers, weavers, weavers...

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Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 4.4
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 10

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John Barry - July 26, 2012 - Report this comment
So true, so scary.
Rob Arndt - July 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Here's a speedy 555! Guilty as charged as I have owned a range of sports cars and fast bikes. So with me it was inevitable. Highest speed reached- 194 mph on I-5 West, between 1-2am coming from Auburn down to Citrus Heights on a 1300 Suzuki. Pure straightline acceleration, no obstacles, but 4 mile braking (the latter is the scariest part). Salt flats are better for all-out speed assault. As for weaving, no real need if you drive offensively with a bike or car using distance seperation. Playing "6 cross" and "slightlining" is enough "! Got caught only once shadowing a CHP car at 80 mph sustained, staying in his blind spot until he realized what I was doing and slammed on the brakes to which I also slammed on mine. Was warned by speaker to "SLOW DOWN!!!" He couldn't get me with radar nor comparative speed guestimation since I was behind him and 3 lanes over. He would have lost in court...
Porfle Popnecker - July 26, 2012 - Report this comment
I can identify with this since I used to have a job that required lot of cross-country driving. Especially irritating when you're stuck behind someone on a two-lane road.
Meriadoc - July 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Thank you JB, Robert and POP.
wandlimb - August 03, 2012 - Report this comment
Maybe the white lines weren't just on the road.
Meriadoc - August 04, 2012 - Report this comment
WL: Sounds like a case of White Lines (Don't Do It)...

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