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Song Parodies -> "Yankees Offense"

Original Song Title:

" "F" To The "R" To The "E" To The "E"..."

Original Performer:

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Parody Song Title:

"Yankees Offense"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

With the way things are going, I bet even Bernie Williams at the late part of his career could pitch a shut out against them.
What the hell, offensive failure is so bad

People at the TBS made it much worse

The game's not so pressure friendly, so it makes you mad,

All the players have been flailing away and this is really sad,

They kept on "S" to the "W" to the "I" to the "N" to the "G" to the "I" to the "Freaking N G

"BAD" with the "L" to the "OH" to the "B"

Come on everybody take a hike and sing a long,

It's easy, "R" to the "I" to the "S".......*fades*
For the second line, I know Smoltz has plenty of reasons to hate the Yankees but c'mon!

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