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Song Parodies -> "Redsox"

Original Song Title:

"You Suck"

Original Performer:

Paid today

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

T.J. Spindler

The Lyrics

Redsox rule! To Staic, and all other people from Massachusettes and all that love Redsox.
Too bad.
You all just lost the game.
You'll all lose next time,
that's what I claim.

Me and Static both agree,
that Redsox will win the world series.
Me and Static both agree,
that them winnin' is no mystery!

They totally whopped the yankees.
They have real high rankings.
It's good that theYankees lost.
'Cause Derek Jeter,
Is a cheater.

Redsox will win! Thank You Massachusettes! Good Night!
tj out

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Static - September 09, 2003 - Report this comment
i gotta give 5-5-5 to anything with my name in it. sweet. they're closing in on the yanks! 2 1/2 games!
T.J. Spindler - September 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Michael Pacholek - September 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Ahem. Nineteen eighteen. "Deep to left, Yastrzemski will... not get it! It's a home run! A three-run home run for Bucky Dent, and now the Yankees lead it by a score of 3-2!" -- Bill White, WPIX-TV, October 2, 1978, the Boston Tie Party, 25 years ago next month. Ooh, what a Bucky man he was. Don't worry, the Yankees will pick up Nomar around 2009 or so, so he can DH his way to ring finally. By then, of course, Passport Petey the Diva will be retired due to shoulder miseries for three whole years. The green monster isn't the left-field wall, it's your envy of our 26 World Championships. And by the way, this was a terrible parody. (Oh wow, now I've really insulted them!)
Malcolm Higgins - September 10, 2003 - Report this comment
Hey M.P., at least he tried. You've made, what, 200 or more parodies, while he only made 19, so far. You're a creep. This section is for CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM!!!!! God, well 5,5,5 tj for trying. Get a life MP!
birdboy2000 - September 10, 2003 - Report this comment
Though I can't be so optimistic about their chances, it's nice to see more red sox songs. (Predicts we win the pennant, lose world series, then make it next year. When the triple-A ballclub is winning, the major league team isn't far behind.)
birdboy2000 - September 10, 2003 - Report this comment
Who was it that didn't win a world series in their first 20 years again,(Or pennant in their first 18) and had to pilfer our championship ballclub to do so? And after we finally recovered from our stint as a Yankee farm team, remind us what team, running short on championships again, decided to take all the talent from the Kansas City As? And what team was it, that when free agency began, attracted all the talent in baseball with a payroll that is the reason for salary caps in other sports, and still couldn't win until the late 90s?, The yankees dynasty is founded on syndicate ball and high payrolls, but the curse shall break soon, and even Steinbrenner can't keep the yankees on top for good.
Guy DiRito - September 10, 2003 - Report this comment
Yeah - What Malcolm said. I'm votin' 5+5+5 on principle. You keep writing TJ.
T.J. Spindler - September 11, 2003 - Report this comment
Thanks for stickin' up for me Malcolm! And thanks for voting 5,5,5 on this, Guy!

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