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Song Parodies -> "Dungycoltsville"

Original Song Title:

"Brokenheartsville"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Joe Nichols

Parody Song Title:

"Dungycoltsville"

Parody Written by:

Mike Armstrong

The Lyrics

He popped prescription pills,
To try and ease the pain,
Sweet talkin guarantees,
Bout winnin some games...

Before we turned around,
Our Colts were gone,
Headed for LA,
The coast, big stars, and sun.

BRIDGE
We still can't pass, when we play on grass,
We choke ev'ry time we're at home...
Here's to the guys, I now despise,
Get rid of that freakin' dome...

CHORUS
I think the city should veto the bill,
So they can move that team over the hill,
'Stead of standin still, domes that we can't fill,
Here in Dungycoltsville.

It was hard to watch,
Whole ballgame blown,
Lettin New York pass,
Sit in a soft zone...

They scored six times,
Us not at all,
Not what I'd call,
Good Dungyball...

BRIDGE

CHORUS

BRIDGE

CHORUS

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