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Song Parodies -> "Red Light, Green Light"

Original Song Title:

"Lucky Star"

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Parody Song Title:

"Red Light, Green Light"

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The Lyrics

Track 2 of Agrimorfee's "Inaccurate Confection" album.
You can drive my funky car
You can drive me to the nearest bar
A drink or two, I'm ready to go
Go from day to night
Go fast then go slow

Red light, green light
Will drive 'til you see white
Red light, green light
Is everything all right?
Red light, green light
We're scaling a new height
Red light, green light, yeah

I can drive my funky car
And see your lover's face in a jar
The river's deep, the mountain's wide
See the images that are all inside

Come on, give the flight of fancy a bite
We will go and chase at nothing all night (2x)

You might drive my funky car
But I'm the funkiest by far.
Copyright 2001, Agrimorfee.

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