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Austin Mahone – Subway Song lyrics

Open the door and I walk up inside
Take off my shades and I get in the line
I'll take a footlong, double ham, double cheese
"Would you like it toasted?" "Oh yes freakin' please!"

Timer's set for a minute, I'm getting concerned
I yell out, "Yo homie, my subs gonna burn!"

(Sub's gonna burn)
(Do you wanna go faster! ? Yeah!)

Let's go!

My sub comes out golden. "Would you like any veggies?"
I yell with disgust, "Does it look like I'm heavy?"
(No no no)

I just want mayo and not too much
And if you're not careful you'll be wearing my lunch!

(Ohh yeahh) Yo!

(Let's turn things up a little louder!)
(Here we go here we go!)

"That's .41 please!" I hand her my card
Sent from mahomies cause they love me so hard!
I pay then I'm out cause I wanna get home
I hop in my ride and then I tweet from my phone

Uhh. Yee. We'll do this next week
(How long can I wait for you?)
Nsd x 2
(How long can I wait for you?)
Nsd x 3



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