There Was a Young Woman Who Parked her Car in D.C.

D.C. PlatesThere was a young woman who brought her car to D.C.
I don’t know why she brought her car to D.C.
Perhaps to get free.

There was a young woman who bought renters’ insurance
For her new address, which she could hardly remember.
She bought the insurance to prove where she lives (D.C.!).
I don’t know why she brought her car to D.C.
Perhaps to get free.

There was a young woman who waited at the DMV.
Faces sour! The line took an hour.
She stood in line to show her renters’ insurance.
She bought the insurance to prove where she lives.
For her new address, which she could hardly remember.
I don’t know why she brought her car to D.C.
Perhaps to get free.

There was a young woman who got a new driver’s license.
Not sad! The pic on the former was bad.
She got a new driver’s license by showing her renters’ insurance.
She bought the insurance to prove where she lives.
For her new address, which she could hardly remember.
I don’t know why she brought her car to D.C.
Perhaps to get free.

There was a young woman who got D.C. plates.
For the Badger-mobile, what a fate! “Taxation Without Representation” plates!
She got D.C. plates with her new driver’s license
Which she got with her renters’ insurance
Which proved where she lives
At her new address, which she could hardly remember.
I don’t know why she brought her car to D.C.
Perhaps to get free.

There was a young woman who got a D.C. parking permit.
I didn’t know it’d take so many steps, to get that permit!
She got the permit with her new D.C. plates
Which she got with her driver’s license
Which she got with her renters’ insurance
Which proved where she lives
At her new address, which she could hardly remember.
I don’t know why she brought her car to D.C.
Perhaps to get free.

There was a young woman who parked her car in D.C.
And that’s all it took—how E-Z!

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