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Song Parodies -> "Shift!"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Issac Hayes

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics


Where's the cars' middle stick
For the steep incline that needs a kick? (SHIFT!)
You turn right!
Where is the gear that will climb that hill here in old San Fran? (SHIFT!)
Can you grind it?
Where's the class at my high school that will teach this technique? (SHIFT!)
Clutch on!
You make this car shift and miss that monster Tr..(Floor it now!)
But I'm just tryn' to Shift! (Then we'll just chill now)
It's a complicated skill, and teens don't understand it automatic...


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Pacing: 1.3
How Funny: 1.3
Overall Rating: 1.3

Total Votes: 43

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 1   40
 2   0
 3   0
 4   0
 5   3

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Joseph Little - February 07, 2022 - Report this comment
I can dig it
Michael Pacholek - February 07, 2022 - Report this comment
Right on.
Lurn 2 Spel - February 08, 2022 - Report this comment
Dude, you got a typo right there in your title: it's not supposed to have an "f" in it.

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