Crawford Time
(Sung to the tune of "Tulsa Time" by Eric Clapton)
Guest song parody by Darrell Decker

(As sung by Dubya Bush:)

(instrumental intro)

Well, I left Crawford, Texas,
Driving in a Lexus.
Just about to lose my mind.
I was going up to Washington,
Then they told me D.C.,
Where all the people live so fine.

My mother says I'm crazy,
And most folks know I'm lazy,
But I'll show em all this time.
You know I ain't no fool and
I don't need no more damn schooling.
Daddy makes me walk the line.

Living on Crawford time,
Living on Crawford time.
Gonna set my watch back to it,
Congress can just go screw it,
I'm living on Crawford time.

So there I was in D.C.,
Thinking I was hot stuff,
Talking on the telephone line,
Nobody wants me around,
Those big red buttons I found,
But I tell that they're mine.

So then I started blinking,
Then I started thinking,
I'm really in a fix this time,
I had no business leaving,
And nobody will be grieving,
If I stay on Crawford time.


Copyright © 2001 by  Darrell Decker
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