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OLD JOSH PARKER

Old Josh Parker, he rolled out of bed, rolled out of bed, rolled out of bed.
Old Josh Parker, he rolled out of bed, flat onto the floor in the morning.

Old Josh Parker, he got to his feet, got to his feet, got to his feet.
Old Josh Parker, he got to his feet, and stood up tall in the morning.
He went to the kitchen to cook up some grits, cook up some grits, cook up some grits.
He went to the kitchen to cook up some grits, but no grits could he find in the morning.

He hopped in his buggy to drive into work, to drive into work, to drive into work.
He hopped in his buggy to drive into work, but his buggy wouldn't start in the morning.

He started to walk and stuck out his thumb, and stuck out his thumb, and stuck out his thumb.
He started to walk and stuck out his thumb, but no one picked him up in the morning.

He got to his office two hours late, two hours late, two hours late.
He got to his office two hours late, and no one was there in the morning.

He stood there peeved until he realized, until he realized, until he realized.
He stood there peeved until he realized, it was a Saturday in the morning.

The door was locked and no one was there, no one was there, no one was there.
The door was locked and no one was there, on a Saturday in the morning.