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Song Parodies -> "Black Francis"

Original Song Title:

"Buck Rogers"

Original Performer:

Feeder

Parody Song Title:

"Black Francis"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

A tribute to all Pixies tribute bands (particularly feeder)
He's got a brand new car
he say's he lived on mars
i have no other words
but here comes a big chorus

but you won't go and buy doolittle anymore

I think the Pixies made it
and then Nirvana changed it
and now everyone plays it...evermore
(Black Francis)

play it over again
nothing interestinging
our mansion in devon
it resembles a lemon

but you've already bought surfer rosa before

I think the Pixies made it
and then Nirvana changed it
and now everyone plays it...evermore
(Black Francis)

He's got another car
He's got another car
another bar
another bar
another bar

I think the Pixies made it
and then Nirvana changed it
and now everyone plays it...evermore
(Black Francis)

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