I am batman but you can call me Bob And when I see the boy wonder I say yo rob I used to wear a cape and do the leotard bit But now I wear all serious because I don't give a shit I used to bust my butt all day fighting crime But now I rock the house when I say my rhyme I turn the whole damn house into a crazy mob Because I'm batman but you can call me Bob
I'll tell you a little story that happened to me You see me and robin were cruising down the street In the batmobile with the lights turned low A six pack on ice so we were ready to go The batbox blastin out our old theme song and robin kept on passin me a serious bong I took a couple of hits the next thing I know This cop pulls me over to the side of the road He said, yo what's yer name boy. God damn you look like a slob! I said, I'm batman but you can call me Bob.
I turned to robin and I said its getting late I got to find myself a woman before I hallucinate We found this little place so we went inside They carded robin at the door they asked his age and he lied I went up to the bar and ordered myself a jack That's when I felt this tappin on the back of my back I turned around and dropped my drink there was this girl in a mink She was the most beautiful girl I've ever see I think I turned to robin and I said yo this is rob My name is batman but you can call me Bob
I promised to behave so we went back to my cave She took one look at my place and she started to rave She gave me a kiss and said I'll be right back I'm gonna take off some clothes so that we can relax She left the room for a minute so I threw on some tunes I opened up the skylight so we could look at the moon But when she came back in she had a whip in her hand It turns out she was the black leotarded catwoman She started chasing me around sayin she wanted me dead I grabbed my batarang and hit her right in the head She went out like a light I said oh man what a night I took her to the station and they locked her up tight The sergeant said son you did a real fine jog I said I'm batman but you can call me Bob
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