• Artist: The Wiyos
  • Title: Sally May
  • Genre: Country - Alternative
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Laid Back/Groovy, Quirky/Wacky/Silly
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Strings, All Other, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/27/2012
  • Lyric themes: Giving Advice, Storytelling, Enemies
  • Lyrics: Sally May Forty seven two hundred thirty three, bump bum's my travesty a five year date with sallie mae, bump baum they say horray that’s a whole lot of maybe change, to play in your cartoon that’s a whole lot of change to loan to color this two tone say that sallie she's no friend of mind Here she comes, hair up in a bun,  so goes the show a Babe Ruth card draggin' over those spokes, like a mean two stroke run toto run, sleep with your guns run toto run, they’re hot on your buns lay down Sallie, she’s no friend of mine Pick it up, truck it up, buck it up, fair suck it up, chuck it up, run it up, hair here she comes, a walkin' down the street with a little grey streak, and big ole beak look out kid, it ain’t your tune, and the tax sure ain’t brass everybody everybody calls her doc, but she’s the last in her class say that Sallie Mae's no friend of mine Standing in line where the curtain might draw The man with the answer has got no pants The hounds smell a phony, his bags are packed People will gather to catch it on their phones This is where you find out, who are your friends Run toto run sleep with your guns Professor Marvel says tend all your roes Say that Sallie Mae's no friend of mine
  • Keywords: cheerful, whimsical, Bass, Bright, GUESTLIST, The Wiyos, Vernal Evolution, GUESTLIST, GUESTLIST, Editor's Picks

About The Wiyos

The Wiyos 2011

The Wiyos are no longer the street busking acoustic old-timey Brooklyn band they began as in 2002. Since their inaugural tour to New Orleans they have been on a constant path of evolution. Much like the crime driven street gang of New York they take their name from (The Whyos, circa 1870's), The Wiyos have ceaselessly metamorphosed their trade. Their Vaudeville-like performances reached its zenith in 2009 when they were featured in the BBC television ...

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