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"California Loves the Homeless" was a song featured in the Season Eleven episode, "Night of the Living Homeless".

Background

The boys lure the homeless away from South Park with a large steel-plated touring bus, sending them to Los Angeles, California, with promises of people who will give them loose change.

Lyrics

Kyle: Alright hit it!
Cartman: Let's hope to Christ this works.

California Love
The Boys:
California
Cartman:
is nice to the homeless
Californ-ya-ya
Super cool to the homeless

The Boys:
In the city
Cartman:
City of Santa Monica
Lots of rich people giving change to the homeless


Homeless Man: Change?

The Boys:
In the city
Kyle:
City of Brentwood
They take really good care
of all their homeless


Cartman: They're listening, let's go!

The Boys:
In the city
Cartman:
Marina Del Rey
They're so nice to the homeless
built 'em port a potties


Stephen: Th-They're leading them away!
Jimbo: We're gonna be alright!
Randy: Oh Glen we made it!

Cartman:
California
Super cool to the homeless


Gerald: Change?

Cartman:
Californ-ya-ya
Is known to donate

The Boys:
In the city
Cartman:
City of Venice
Right by Matt's house
you can chill if you're homeless

Trivia

  • The lyrics and melody resemble Tupac Shakur's hit song "California Love".
  • The touring bus was inspired by the movie Dawn of the Dead. In the movie, the buses were used to help the survivors escape the zombies.
  • Obviously, the line about "Matt's house" is referring to the one and only Matt Stone.

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