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Here them come
The boys in the bright white sports car
Waving their arms in the air
Who do they think they are?
And where did they get that car?
There they go
The boys in the bright white sports car
Honking at all the girls
It's jack-of-all-trades Stan
And Jerry's a garbageman
Ladadada
Ladadada
Da
Ladadada
Ladadada
Da
There they go
The boys are really rollin'
Some old lady called the cops
Said the car is probably stolen, stolen
There they go
The boys are really rollin'
Some old lady called the cops
Said the car is probably stolen, stolen
Here they come
The boys in the bright white sports car
Waving their arms in the air
Who do they think they are?
And where did they get that car?
Ladadada
Ladadada
Da
Ladadada
Ladadada
Da



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    UnregisteredJan 30, 2012 at 11:35 pm
    Jerry is the dealer... Hence garbage man
    stan.. Is the one selling off the street... They acquired the white car through drugs... Most likely cocaine... Etc... White powder... Sales/distribution. All the same they stole the car, and didn't steal the car... They stole the car from abuse of drug sales.. But bought the car legitamately through monitary gain of the drug sales.

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