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Song Parodies -> "Bad Life"

Original Song Title:

"Renaissance Faire"

Original Performer:

Free Credit Report Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"Bad Life"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

Here it is.
I was gettin' depressed
Cause of all the mess
I was livin' in Rome
Beaten by Michael Moore
And that monster would haunt me
Anywhere I go

I got punched in the face
As the market would sink
And everyone would care
I just wish somebody had told me
That I should just grow a pair

METS BULLPEN BLEW IT AGAIN
TELL YOUR FRIENDS
TELL YOUR DAD
TELL YOUR MOM
never mind we've been singin' our song
since we first showed up with
Patriots jersey on

If your not into those bike rides
Crappy zippers or 404

We'll take a tip from the one who knows
METS BULLPEN BLEW IT AGAIN
OH NO!
The latest one.

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