SNL Transcripts: David Spade: 03/12/05: Jack Johnson featuring G. Love perform “Mudfootball”

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  Season 30: Episode 14


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04n: David Spade / Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson featuring G. Love perform “Mudfootball”

…..David Spade
…..Jack Johnson

David Spade: Ladies and gentlemen – Jack Johnson, featuring G. Love!

Jack Johnson, featuring G. Love:
“Saturday morning and it’s time to go
One day these could be the days but who could have known
Loading in the back of a pickup truck
Riding with the boys and pushing the luck
Singing songs loud on the way to the game
Wishing all the things could still be the same
Chinese homeruns over the backstop
Kakua on the ball and soda pop

Well… we used to laugh a lot
But only because we thought
That everything good always would remain
Nothing gonna change, there’s no need to complain

Sunday morning and it’s time to go
Been raining all night so everybody know
Over to the field for tackle football
Big hits, big hats, yeah give me the ball
Rain is pouring, touchdown scoring
Keep on rolling, never boring
Karma, karma, karma chameleon
We’re talking kinda funny from helium

Well, we used to laugh a lot
But only because we thought
That everything good always would remain
Nothing gonna change, there’s no need to complain

[ break ]

Monday morning and it’s time to go
Wet trunks and schoolbooks and sand on my toes
Do anything you can to dodge the bus-stop blues
Like driving a padiddle with a burnt-out fuse
My best friend Kimi wants to go with you
So meet her by the sugar mill after school
My best friend Kimi wants to go with you
So meet her by the sugar mill after school

And.. we used to laugh a lot
But only because we thought
That everything good always would remain

We used to laugh a lot
But only because we thought
That everything good always would
Everything good always would remain.”

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King has directed fourteen seasons of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him ten Emmys and fourteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for fifteen DGA Awards and won in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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