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Song Parodies -> "Creep Creep"

Original Song Title:

"Beep Beep"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Creep Creep"

Parody Written by:

Fred Snider

The Lyrics

Abbreviated version....
As I drove by a wheelchair guy,
He looked at me with hate,
I'll show him that my big Dodge van,
Is not one to berate.
He must have thought he was awful cute,
As he kept on thumbing his nose,
I'll show him that my big Dodge van,
Can still tear up the road.
Creep, creep,
Creep, creep,
His chair went creep, creep, creep.
Now we're doing a hundred & ten,
My foot is to the floor,
The wheelchair guy stays beside,
His arms are getting sore.
He must have broke a nail,
Because I think I heard him moan,
I hope I get to lose this guy,
Before my engine's blown.
Beep, beep,
Beep, beep,
The train went beep, beep, beep!
Now I'm slamming on the brakes,
I hope that I can stop,
The wheelchair guy flew right on by,
And I heard one big POP!
He must have flown a thousand miles,
And I swear I heard him slur,
Hey, Buddy, how can I get my butt,
Off of Jupiter!!! I do these parodies at karaoke night.

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