"Yellow Limousine"


Lyrics by Matt Carberry
(Parody of "Yellow Submarine" by The Beatles)

Back when I was five years old
I began to go to school
I went there in a school bus
Which, to me, was pretty cool
But I moved up through the ranks
And I soon became a teen
And it was quite obvious
I'd outgrow this limousine

We go to school in a yellow limousine
Yellow limousine, yellow limousine
We go to school in a yellow limousine
Yellow limousine, yellow limousine

Now, the drivers of the bus
Some were nice and some were mean
But they all drove me to school
In a yellow limousine

We go to school in a yellow limousine
Yellow limousine, yellow limousine
We go to school in a yellow limousine
Yellow limousine, yellow limousine

Now, the seniors all have cars
Some of them ride to school in pairs
Many drive illegally
But they all would say, "Who cares?"
If they get caught by the cops
It won't be any fault of mine.
And if they spend the night in jail
Well, to me, that is just fine.

We go to school in a yellow limousine
Yellow limousine, yellow limousine
We go to school in a yellow limousine
Yellow limousine, yellow limousine


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