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Song Parodies -> "I Left My Gun"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Bouncing Souls

Parody Song Title:

"I Left My Gun"

Parody Written by:

Freedom Rock

The Lyrics

This song is from the point of view of actor Robert Blake, about the death of his wife in 2001.
We were alone
I decided to get up, I decided to get out
I picked up the phone and gave my wife a shout
Told her I'd be at the restaurant, no particular plan,
Just whatever comes to mind
I got called up and heard what happened tonight,
And did I kill my wife tonight
Me killing my girl was a lie, 'cause I was going back inside
Whenever I'm down I know where the truth can be found,
Whenever there's a doubt I just have to shout

I left my gun, that's my alibi,
I would never commit that crime
A truth that will never die,
Till the end of time

Another day and I've got somewhere to go,
Going out meeting up in federal court,
Where the air is hot and the trial is loud,
My kind of place this is my kind of crowd
And we'll be here till the trial's through,
Loyal to the law and sworn to truth

I left my gun, that's my alibi,
I would never commit that crime
A truth that will never die,
Till the end of time

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