"Go-Getter Greg" as written by and Timothy Convy Marshall Fanciullo....
Oh, hello.
Hi
You must be new I guess At least you're new to me
Saw you unpacking your car So I said to myself
Maybe I should help her out Since we're neighbors now
And all the other people here are elderly And probably a little standoffish
And I've got nothing to do (and whatnot)
By the way I live in 207 My name is Greg
Wherever are my manners Let me get that heavy box

I'm a go-getter guy
With a gun on my hip
But just searching for that someone
To be firing it
I've narrowed down the field
And I'm taking a glance
And I'd say you've got a pretty good chance
To be my girlfriend

What's up Didn't mean to sneak up on you there
I looked downstairs and saw you leaving
So what's up
I haven't seen you at the pool Since the barbecue
Not that I've been checking Here's the deal
I've got this thing For work this weekend And I was wondering If you don't have Anything going on That maybe
OK, hey that's cool You're busy
But we should hit up Jose O'Flannegens For Jello shots Your call
It's OK not this week
But Monday You could come over tonight I'll be watching cop dramas Smoking fatty fatties

I'm a go-getter guy
With a gun on my hip
But just searching for that someone
To be firing it
I've narrowed down the field
And I'm taking a glance
And I'd say you've got a pretty good chance
To be my girlfriend

I've given it some thought
And I really think
That you could use A guy like me
In your life Looking after you
A man to take you home A hand for you to hold
And I'd never Leave you alone!

I'm a go-getter guy
With a gun on my hip
But just searching for that someone
To be firing it
I've narrowed down the field
And I'm taking a glance
And I'd say you've got a pretty good chance
To be my girlfriend

I'm a go-getter guy
I'm a go-getter guy
I've narrowed down the field And I've taken a glance
And I'd say you've got a pretty good chance
Chance
Chance
To be my girlfriend

I'll leave it there
Call me back
Call me back


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"Go-Getter Greg" as written by Marshall Fanciullo Andrew Volpe

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  • +1
    General CommentWhere did you hear all these songs? I heard this one live, but not the other ones you posted....anyway back on topic this song according to Ludo is about "A creepy stalker dousche bag" :P Love it.
    MarkiePon February 10, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentxD This song totally made me LOL.

    I love this song!! It's so hilarious how it's so straightforward and awkward. :P

    nightwriter69on June 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is basically my favorite Ludo song.
    Ever.
    heyitskafrineon April 20, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is basically my favorite Ludo song.
    Ever.
    heyitskafrineon April 20, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think in the chorus he says:
    "I'm a go-getter guy
    with a gun on my hip
    But just searching for that someone
    to be firing it"
    AFKpirateon May 11, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwatch the videos of andrew singing this.
    its hilarious.
    just watch his face.
    streetlightson May 16, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYea, it is "gun on my hip"
    bridgers22on May 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI can totally picture Andrew Volpe doing all of this to an unsuspecting new tenant in his apartment building.

    AND it reminds me of the movie The Brothers Soloman when John creeps on that girl Tara in 704.

    Regardless, it's a great song.
    CurtneyIsASuperher0on July 05, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song so much xD

    In the beginning when he says "Oh...hello..." you can tell the sounds he's making is him peeking through the blinds to see the girl. ^-^
    gogettergirlon July 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is wonderful, I can't imagine anyone but Andrew singing it.
    RacheLayne725on July 21, 2008   Link

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