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Song Parodies -> "No Sidewalk"

Original Song Title:

"Roll To Me"

Original Performer:

Del Amitri

Parody Song Title:

"No Sidewalk"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Based on a road safety video I saw
Look around yourself,
And ask yourself
Is the sidewalk where you hoped it'd be

They were cones
And too much construction
Be careful, there's no sidewalk

No sidewalk

Just look to your left
For the traffic, right if
You're in a British country

You'll then see the cars
And hopefully avoid them all
Fixed that, no sidewalk

And I don't think I have ever seen such bad disrepair
Who is Bob from Bob's Barricades, he's never there

So don't try to deny it, won't believe you
You've been drunk so much you can hardly see
Watch for cars that swerve and roads that curve
In bad weather and no sidewalk

No sidewalk

Just some grass

And I don't think I have ever seen a pothole that's so big
So you might not want to fall through, too far they will dig

So look to your left, you won't be bereft
British countries right, you won't get a fright

They were cones, eat some biscuits or scones,
And watch out for rolling cars
Then just get
Out of the way
A hazard
When no sidewalk

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